Today I’m sharing a free print for your kitchen! The hubby and I have been working our buns off on a project. It’s so close to being finished. We’ve only been working on it for a couple of months and it feels like it’s been forever since we started. I’m loving how it turned out and I’m excited to share the project with you. I can’t tell you what it is just yet, but I will give you a little hint: it’s in the kitchen. SO, in preparation for the finish of this project I thought it would be perfect to create the a kitchen printable: “Cooking. Eating. It’s what we do in here.” Ok… Maybe I don’t do much of the cooking, but the husband sure does and loves it. My job is to eat the food.
It’s a simple print and free. The perfect home decor. It prints out at an 8 x 10 size. You can print it at home and trim to fit any 8 x 10 frame. I also provided multiple colors… Just in case you need a little bit of color in your kitchen. You’ll find the print links below. Right click + save the image to your computer and save.
Black // Blue // Gray // Orange // Pink
P.S. Just a reminder that you are very welcome to use these printable for personal use. The printables cannot be adjusted or used for commercial use.
I am in love with these cute elbow patches from the lovely Studio DIY. I had to share them with all of you. Head on over to her blog to find the full tutorial! I feel like I need to make this project before the summer is over!
P.S. Photo from Studio DIY.
I’ve said it before: I love font. It’s beautiful and lovely and makes blogging so much more fun. I have a lot of favorites, and I enjoy sharing them with you. This time around I’m sharing 12 of my favorite handwritten fonts. Enjoy and have a very lovely Friday.
5. Somebody That I Used To Know
6. The Daily Bread
7. Line and Draw
8. Iron Furnaces
9. Some Weatz
10. Lake Script
11. Masana Script
12. Simon Script
If you’d like to wander my past favorite font posts, you can click here.
P.S. Just a note: all of these fonts are free, but most cannot be used for commercial-use (unless you purchase a license). They should all be fine for personal use, but just don’t use them in any product you plan on selling. ALSO note: the rules and regulations of each font are subject to change at any time, and I can’t guarantee these will still be free in the future. You need to read the rules for each font you download.
Have you ever tried wood burning? My friend, Amy from Mod Podge Rocks, tried it out and made a lovely Wood Burning Décor DIY project on a cut of wood for the HP Create blog. I think she did a great job and this piece of art could be a lovely bit of custom wall decor in your home. You can find the full tutorial here.
P.S. I am a paid contributor for the HP Create site.