I made some fabulous art for the bathroom out of pallet pieces!!
Then I stained it with some stain I had in the garage:
Remember my inspiration for the front bathroom? I had this seahorse:
I copied it into the paint program and split it into quadrants to draw it.
Then took some chalk and outlined the seahorse on my pallet wood:
Plus it's total cost ZERO DOLLARS!!
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Great job! Amazing how you thought to do that with the seahorse!ReplyDelete
I'm in the process of making some "art" out of pallets at my house, too! :-)
That is awesome!
What a great idea, it really stands out and is so rustic looking. Great job.ReplyDelete
Nice stencil!! I know a munchkin who *adores* seahorses. :-) I would love it if you would link this up to my party A Marvelous Mess....each week I pick one project to feature on my sidebar!! Here is the link: http://marvelouslymessy.blogspot.com/2011/05/marvelous-mess-11.htmlReplyDelete
I love this! What a great seahorse picture and it looks great on wood! Nice work!ReplyDelete
You're so creative - it looks fabulous!! Well done :O)ReplyDelete
I love this! Nice work... It has a very PB feel to it.ReplyDelete
um seriously, you crack me up! Thanks for the comments on my blog am stalking you now...Uh I mean following along!ReplyDelete
Crazy creative...love it!ReplyDelete
that's amazing! fantastic idea and end result!ReplyDelete
So cute and original! Perfect bathroom art :)ReplyDelete
I'd love it if you'd link it up to The AFTER Party @ 3 Meadow Lake Cottage...
That's a cute seahorse. My girls will love it :) Thanks for linking this up at the Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop.ReplyDelete
I love your seahorse too! So cute! And that's a brilliant idea to break the image up into quadrants so that you can trace it. I'll have to keep this in mind for the future.ReplyDelete
Wow, nicely done! I'm totally making one!!ReplyDelete
Such a creative idea! Love your seahorse!ReplyDelete
I've put together a round up of great beach themed projects on Craft Gossip today and included your post. :) You can see it hereReplyDelete
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I LOVE it!!!! So simple, but what a statement!ReplyDelete
Ohhh! I need to familiarize myself with the Paint program...ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking to Creative Juice. Hope to see you back again this week...
Awesome job Kari! I absolutely love this. i have a ton of pallet wood in my garage and I have been slowly using it and now I have a NEW project thanks to you!!!ReplyDelete
I love this!ReplyDelete
You did an awesome job on your bathroom.ReplyDelete
I love it!
Also, I love the seahorse idea! :)
Visiting from Inside-Out Design. :)
Just love this, want to do it. Is there any way of getting a copy of the seahorse? I can't draw to save my life!! :DReplyDelete
Zero dollars is my favorite price. I am so in love with this project. Thank you for letting me share it on my blog. And thanks for stopping by my place. I hope you don't mind me popping in every now and again either.ReplyDelete
Erika @ retropolitanhip.blogspot.com
Love the seahorse art! Where in the world did you find that big seahorse?ReplyDelete