Plywerk Your Artwork

Have you heard about Plywerk? Basically Plywerk is designed to help you display artwork or photos in a super easy way.  There are two ways to go about it, you either upload a photo and have them do it or you can order everything and do it yourself.  It looks SUPER easy and I can think of SO MANY things to create this way!  The first thought I had is obviously instagram pics, but then I started really thinking…I think it would be a great alternative to getting a photo on canvas that is so popular these days.

Here’s basically how it works:

And here’s just a sample of how it could look:

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Cool huh? What would you do with it?

Etsy Spotlight: Little Things Studio

Little Things Studio is such a fun and whimsical find.  It pairs great patterns with lovely quotes from legends such as E.E. Cummings and CoCo Chanel.   I love the words of wisdom on the prints and the unique geometric work.  Framed this would add a burst of color and funk to any room.

If Everyone Is Thinking Alike Then Someone Isn’t Thinking

In Order To Be Irreplaceable One Must Always Be Different

American Quilts – Hancock

It Takes Courage To Grow Up And Be Who You Really Are

The Smallest Things Take Up The Most Room In Your Heart

Now I Know My ABCs!

I have had this custom artwork bookmarked for a long, long time.  I SO SO SO want to get one of these for each of my boys.  I love that it can be so personalized and can be a learning tool not just in terms of education but of family-both past and present.

Simply Yours Custom Hoot Print, Hoot Design Co.

Frame It!

I’m a huge fan of the Noelle Dass artwork you see here.  I’ve got a couple of these prints in my son’s room and plan to get a few new ones for the new one on the way.  I love how whimsical and bright they are.  Our house is pretty colorful and I feel like these definitely help tie the house together.

Do you try and tie your kid’s rooms into the rest of your house?

Noelle Dass Artwork, Oompa