Monday, June 14, 2010

Quick Break,Long Post

Okay so I have been way into work lately, so i'm taking a break.
I know its Monday and I was suppose to ass the D.I.Y last week, but I never got around to it. Better late than never.
You first need a cutting system, or lettered stickers between 2.5-3 inches big.
and a WORD PLAN!
Mine is listed here below.

I chose this randomly, was the first thing I saw on my planners spine that was right in front of me. You can see my planner here :
Then after you figure out what to write, your going to need to cut 4inX4in of wood. I used left over floor board for when i remodeled my basement, but anything of the same wood would work.

So after you got them cut(table saw!), You're going to need your cutting system or stickers and black vinyl.
I used my circut system and alphalicious cartridge.

Find out the letter value of each letter, then stick them right on the middle of the 4X4 piece of wood and the number lower and to the right.

Hang as needed :]

E-mail me if you have any questions.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Tattoos for Thursday

I've been debating on getting a tattoo for awhile, for the reason that I can't decide on what to get and stick with it!
I definitely want a caduceus tattoo, for my profession, but I was an old school nursing hat on top, and RN somehow worked into it...and on my forearm.. somewhere around 3 inches.

And here are some others that I've been drawn to

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Exciting News!

By these two lovely people :

Monday, June 7, 2010

Whats To Come!

I'm going to post a DIY this week,

How to make Your own scrabble tiles, ENLARGED!

With vinyl and wood board, that's all!

picture courtesy of

"Mondays child is fair of face"

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Giveaway Winners!

For cartridge winner is Ashley!!

And the supplies winner is Arcadian!

Congrats ladies! Email your addresses to me, listed to the right.
Thanks a lot to everyone for the wonderful comments <3>

Friday, June 4, 2010

Oops , Sorry

I have to postpone the giveaways for another week.
I've had to unexpectedly go out of town !
Be back next week.