You know that feeling when you put on a pair of pants you haven't worn in a while & you find cash in the pocket? That's how I feel about this upcoming weekend. It slipped my mind that Memorial Day is on Monday (a.k.a. no work), & in my mind it's like a bonus surprise! My sentiments on the future three-day hiatus - my feelings about every weekend, if I'm being honest - are now hanging above our bed. Um, yeah. Come Monday I'm gonna just cozy up right here. So to all the introverts, stayer-in-ers, & general snuggle-enthusiasts, this DIY goes out to you.
To make your own pro-hibernation wall art, here's what you'll need:
- Three embroidery hoops (I used two 10.5" and one 8")
- White fabric
- Gray felt
- Hot glue & gun
- Printable template
Print out the lettering template & cut out the letters. Lay the letters facing backwards (as they're printed) on the felt, trace, & cut out.
Stretch white fabric on the embroidery hoops & secure tautly in place. Attach the felt letters with hot glue. Trim the excess white fabric. Done!
P.S. If you're looking for bigger budget-friendly wall art, try hanging engineering prints.
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