Have I ever told you that I’m a font hoarder? It’s true. I’ve downloaded more than I could ever possibly use. When I come across a good one, I feel like I have to have it. It’s almost like finding the perfect pair of shoes. The ones that you aren’t sure when you’ll wear them but you just know you will. That’s how I feel about some fonts. #dontjudgeme
I think it’s pretty natural that I’m drawn to art that is basically pretty words on a piece of paper. I just love typography art so much. When I gave Peighton’s room a little mini makeover last month, I knew I wanted to do a big ol’ typography print in her room.
This Good Vibes Only sign seemed to be the perfect message for a sweet and sassy four year old don’t you think?
It was pretty easy to make. I created the print in Photoshop then ordered it as an 18 x 24 engineering print at Staples.
I laid it out flat on a piece of foam core, holding the corners down with something with a little weight and let it flatten out a bit.
Then, using this nifty spray adhesive, I carefully sprayed the foam core, and placed the print on top, smoothing it out at I went to make sure there were no bubbles. You have to be really careful with this step because once the paper hits the adhesive you won’t be able to reposition it.
After the print was safely secured to the foam core, I trimmed the excess foam core and added a wood frame.
To make the frame – I used the same process as the DIY abstract I made a couple months back.
This time, I painted the frame the same color as the bed. I love that emerald green color. It really pops against the pink walls, don’t you think?
You can download this print for free right here (for your personal use only)—-> GOOD VIBES ONLY PRINTABLE