Sunday, September 12, 2010

Iron on Wall Art

I have been meaning FOREVER to do something about the wall above my little guys crib.  It looks like this:
(SORRY--bad camera phone picture)

What is so bad about this you might ask?  Well NOTHING--if your name is LANDON--not COLTON.  BUT if you are COLTON and this is YOUR bed--and you are now over 2 years old and your older brother LANDON is now 4 and hasn't occupied this room or this bed for 2 years--then THERE MIGHT BE A PROBLEM WITH THIS WALL!!

So the story goes like this:
I wanted to do COLTON'S name on the wall--but I frankly didn't want to spend the $ to buy any more wood letters that I would have to paint or mod podge or something.  So I was waiting for a brilliant idea to move me into action.

Well it did.

I found THIS gal (at the Brassy Apple) doing THIS (Heat-n-Bond WALL ART).

I was BLOWN AWAY by the AWESOMENESS and BRILLIANCE of her idea.  And I knew immediately that THIS was what I had been waiting for.

So I went online to a free font website and downloaded a fun font for Colton's name.
I figured out the size I wanted and printed each letter out.


Next I chose some fun coordinating fabrics to use and cut a square of each of them.


Next I got out the Heat-n-bond.
This is the kind you want to use--the one made for light fabrics:


Then I pressed a square of Heat-n-Bond to the back of each of my fabrics.

Next I traced my lettering onto the paper making sure to trace it so that when it is placed on the wall it will be going the right way. 

This is always the tricky part of using Heat-n-Bond.  You always have to think backwards--which I always have trouble with.

If you are smarter than me and can think backwards better--you can probably trace your lettering on the heat-n-bond before you put it on your fabric--but I have learned from past experience that I like to have the fabric on--so I can really see which way everything is going to come out.

So here I am tracing my letters.


Here they are all traced--see how they are all backwards?


And here they are all cut out--facing forwards:


Next all that was left to do was IRON THEM TO THE WALL!!

And I must say--it is a funny thing to iron a wall.  Funny--and GENIUS!!


I started in the middle of Colton's name and worked out--so that I would make sure to be centered on the wall space--and to make sure I stayed more level.

I lightly pressed each letter first to make sure I liked the placement--then pressed it for 20-30 seconds.

And I am SO IN LOVE with how it turned out!!!



And the beauty of this project is that it didn't cost me a cent--as I already had EVERYTHING on hand.  AND I literally had this done in MINUTES.  AND when it comes time to remove it--it just peels off like a charm!!!
(Just as a side note added later--I've had a lot of questions about how the heat and bond comes off the wall when you want to change it out--So to answer your questions--we just recently moved and I took mine off the wall after a couple of years of them being up--and they peeled off perfectly fine! They didn't leave any residue or glue behind and didn't peel off any of the wall or paint underneath. It worked great! I would always test a small patch on your walls in an inconspicuous spot just in case though.)

I LOVE THIS IDEA!!! 
The possibilities are ENDLESS!!  I have visions of fun characters and designs for my kids rooms--and even some more sophisticated design ideas for the other areas of my house! 

I can guarantee you will see me use this idea again!

And at least for now--Colton--after 2 years--finally has a NAME.

Linking up to THESE parties.

And this one:


132 comments:

  1. That is amazing!!! I love the way it turned out (good thing you changed the name before he learned to spell his name--LOL!). :-)
    I must do something with this technique in my daughters room!

    ReplyDelete
  2. What a GREAT idea! I have been wanting to put something like this my little girl's wall but didn't want to spend the money. Thanks for Sharing.

    cheryl
    paintedstudio.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  3. This is crazy talk, it seriously works?! I love it! I could think of so many fun things to try!

    ReplyDelete
  4. That's awesome! And it just peels off? Doesn't hurt the wallpaper?

    ReplyDelete
  5. Totally adorable!!!

    www.makingmemorieswithyourkids.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  6. Thanks for this great idea. I use heat-n-bond for all kinds of things, but never thought about wall decorations. You are right -- so many ideas for this use! Also, I never trace on the back, even thought that's what the directions say to do. I just use whatever I have printed as a pattern from the front of the fabric. It alleviates the 'backwards' step and I find it easier. You can pin if you need to, depending on the size of your pattern. Thanks again for sharing! I found you from skip to my lou.

    ReplyDelete
  7. you can also print your letters out in reverse - almost any WP program has this option - just go into your print properties and search for the "mirror image" option :)

    love this idea, thanks for sharing!

    ReplyDelete
  8. Love this idea. I've got just about all the supplies to do this myself....much cheaper than vinyl lettering!!

    ReplyDelete
  9. Very cute! I did the same above my 1-year-old's crib after seeing the tutorial on Brassy Apple. I did a little clothesline because she's kind of clothes obsessed :-)

    I love your blog and I'm now following you!

    ReplyDelete
  10. Genius! Just curious though, did you try to remove?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I just applied my letters and didn't like the way a few looked so I used a scraper and they came right off!

      Delete
  11. Love it! And loved your step-by-step! Thanks!

    ReplyDelete
  12. You have the best ideas! Please come by and link up to my repurpose/redo party Vintage Suitcase Friday!

    ReplyDelete
  13. I just wanted to stop by and let you know that I linked to this post today from the new Home & Garden channel at Craft Gossip. :) My hope is to share many of the fabulous projects I see everyday with the vast CG audience. I hope you will not only stop by and subscribe to CG, but will tell your friends about the new category! Hope you see some traffic from it!

    Your feature will appear in the main Craft Gossip RSS feed, on the main home page and can be found directly here
    http://homeandgarden.craftgossip.com/iron-on-wall-art/

    If you would like a "featured by" button, you can grab one here!
    http://homeandgarden.craftgossip.com/grab-a-craft-gossip-button/

    ReplyDelete
  14. We love this party link and I wanted to let you know that we are planning on featuring it. We hope that you get a bunch of new visitors.
    www.remodelaholic.com

    ReplyDelete
  15. Who knew you could iron something to the wall?!?! I have done about a zillion heat n bond projects, but this one is next on my list for sure :) Thanks!! Going to explore the rest of your blog now :)

    ReplyDelete
  16. So smart! I love heat 'n bond, but have never thought to use it on a WALL? Awesome.

    ReplyDelete
  17. What a great quick and easy name change! I wouldn't have thought you could iron on a wall without damaging it somehow! What fun~ Thanks for linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesday's!

    ReplyDelete
  18. GENIUS is right! I love it, and it inspired a project for my 2-year-old's room as well.

    ReplyDelete
  19. Well blow me away... this is AWESOME! What a great blog you have, found it via pinterest! Thanks for this super tutorial! My walls better watch out, here i come! :)

    ReplyDelete
  20. Too cool! I live in an apartment though. Will this come off without damaging the wall?

    ReplyDelete
  21. thanks for linking to my tutorial for wall art! Your name turned out great! :)

    ReplyDelete
  22. Also found you through Pinterest. Thinking this will work really easily for getting some funky ABC's up and around our classroom space. Will also use up some of the heat'n Bond I've had in storage for awhile.

    ReplyDelete
  23. Cool idea! Does anyone know if it would stick in a bathroom or if the steam from the shower would make it peal? I have some duck fabric I'd love to do this with.

    ReplyDelete
  24. Wow! Love what you did... Never knew. Now I have a great idea for my chevron fabric. :) Thanks.
    Your newest follower!
    ~ Meredith From A Mother Seeking A Mother Seeking...

    My City Backyard Garden

    ReplyDelete
  25. So awesome. I have a Cricut that will cut the fabric letters and the heatbond at the same time. Thanks for sharing!

    ReplyDelete
  26. OK- this is now officially the best of the quickie DIY projects ever- so many possibilities. silhouettes, affirmations- lists! LOL
    Thanks- I'm looking forward to playing with this. I have old plaster walls in my apartment- hope it works. (And really hope it comes off easily since it is an apartment.)

    ReplyDelete
  27. Hi! Just wanted to know if anyone knows - can you remove these without damaging the wall?
    Thanks

    ReplyDelete
  28. You need to submit this idea to apartmenttherapy.com Not only is this a GREAT idea for names in kids rooms, but all sorts of different ways!

    ReplyDelete
  29. I have never thought about using heat and bond on the wall! What a great idea! I found you on pintrest! :o) I have all kinds of new blog friends that find me on pinterest so I thought I would say hi andddd what a cool technique! I don't know if you link up, but I would love it if you checked out my place---I have a party.... :o) Just thought I would invite you---I get a little shy about it sometimes! :o) Anyways, nice to meet you!
    Jaime from Crafty Scrappy Happy

    ReplyDelete
  30. Brillant!!! BTW I found you on Pinterest, gotta love it!! Feel free to stop by Rustic Cottage Interiors anytime!! :)

    ReplyDelete
  31. What setting do you use on the iron? I'm excired to try this, have my letters all cut out! BRADON in Cars Fabric!

    ReplyDelete
  32. I love your blog. I tried this and it well. Except some of the adhesive shoed up black thru the fabric. Any ideas ho to fix this or how to prevent this?

    ReplyDelete
  33. You ever have one of those AH HA!! moments? Well, you just gave me mine! I was looking into doing some vinyl, but I like this idea a lot! It has a lot of texture promise! lol

    Thanks!

    ReplyDelete
  34. You can also use liquid starch - wet the fabric, place it on the wall and let it dry. Voila! It also peels right off and no iron needed!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You're right. I heard of the starch many years ago. You can do a whole wall with fabric instead of wallpaper. I like the starch method better.

      Delete
  35. Great idea, you should be able to use wax paper to do this as well...it will iron on to fabric so I'm assuming it will iron on to the wall as well, I'll have to try it out!

    ReplyDelete
  36. what a great idea!!!

    ReplyDelete
  37. Decorative Iron Wall Art is a product that has and will be around for a long time. Whether it is decor for your Living Room or Outdoor Patio, Wall Decor is a decorating essential. It should be eye catching and appealing. Finding Handcrafted Iron Decor will make you wall exceptional and unique.

    ReplyDelete
  38. so ironic i have 2 boys landon and colton! except mine are 2 months (colton) and 20 months (landon)

    ReplyDelete
  39. what a great tutorial - I want to do this for my little one. We can't paint the walls in our apartment so this would add some color to her room :)

    ReplyDelete
  40. Hey, I did this and it was great! Thanks so much for the tutorial!

    http://whimsy-ma-blog.blogspot.com/2012/01/fabric-wall-appliques-tutorial.html

    ReplyDelete
  41. How neat! Thanks for sharing. Such a great alternative to vinyl wall art too! When you mentioned making sure the letters are traced backwards, did you set you printer to mirror image first? Thanks again!

    ReplyDelete
  42. Love this idea hadn't thought of doing the names in fabric! Going to try this for my boys!! They are just starting to share a room this should be fun! Thank you so much for the idea!!

    ReplyDelete
  43. That looks really nice! Thanks for sharing.

    ReplyDelete
  44. Do you think this will work on paneling? We just moved and the kids wall is paneled.

    ReplyDelete
  45. I think this is awesome how it doesn't damage your walls, because I'm going to college in the fall, into a dorm. I was trying to find a way to decorate my room without tape, and now I know that I can just iron fabric to the wall, meaning that I can attach several things to fabric and then just iron them to the wall. This is really good since I like to hang posters, but am not allowed to use tacks.

    ReplyDelete
  46. What an awesome idea... And the fabric is endless possibilities. I have a kitchen with a coffee theme. Fabric with coffe mugs etc would be awesome!

    And my 13 yr old daughter loves the peace sign...her name in that fabric would be soo cute!
    Thanks for sharing and the pictures for ppl like myself who need a picture reference is great.


    Susan:)

    ReplyDelete
  47. What a great idea! I'm so sick of the empty space above our bed, but here in earthquake country we don't dare hang pictures or shelves or anything. This will be perfect! I'm actually going to experiment with the iron-on printer paper where you print a picture right on to it. Maybe that way I can do a collage of pics above my headboard and not have to worry about anything crashing down on me. Thanks!

    ReplyDelete
  48. My question is will it work on a concrete wall?

    ReplyDelete
  49. Does this work on textured walls? It looks like yours are in the picture, but just checking. I keep seeing so many cute wall "stickers" but they don't really work well on the texture, so this sounds like it would be great if I could find printed fabric with designs I like.

    ReplyDelete
  50. I have soooo many idea for this!! Can't wait to try it! Thanks for the inspiration!

    ReplyDelete
  51. Does it matter what kind of material is best? Thanks fr the idea I'm so doing a banner like this in my sons room

    ReplyDelete
  52. Does it collect dust? I want to odo a zebra print wall and this is a great idea, I wasn't looking forward to having to tape off and paint and then covering it up when my daughter gets tired of it.

    ReplyDelete
  53. We're moving into a rental house this weekend, and this will be great!!! I can decorate & personalize each of my kids rooms without painting (since we can't paint)!!

    ReplyDelete
  54. Wonder if this would work on glass? I was just about to get some vinyl letters for a photo collage project I want to do, but I wonder if I can do this instead.....

    ReplyDelete
  55. What type of paint was on the wall? Wouldn't that make a difference whether or not the heat would "effect" it at all.

    ReplyDelete
  56. I love this idea but was wondering if anyone had tried it on a cinderblock (i.e. classroom) wall. I would love to put some cute sayings up right on the wall of the classroom but would hate for it not to stick--or stick so well that the paint came off right along with the fabric.
    Thanks!

    ReplyDelete
  57. Does this work on painted brick walls like in a classroom?

    ReplyDelete
  58. Hi! I just found this on Pinterest. I can see lots of possibilities!
    Following you now.
    Blessings,
    Susie

    ReplyDelete
  59. Nice blog. Thnaks to share such brilliant ideas.

    Bathroom Wall Decals

    ReplyDelete
  60. What a great idea! When I saw it pinned I thought "I could do that in my son's room" ironically his name is Colton as well :-)

    ReplyDelete
  61. That really is cute! :) I wonder if it would stick to or cause harm to wall paper?

    ReplyDelete
  62. What's the story on textured walls?

    ReplyDelete
  63. Great idea! Couldn't you just pin your letters to the good side of the fabric , like a fabric sandwich and cut out your letters that way? It would save the tracing.

    ReplyDelete
  64. Has anyone done this on flat paint? I wonder if it would stain?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I'm attempting to remove mine from flat paint and can't for the life of me get the glue off my wall. I wanna cry.

      Delete
    2. I'm attempting to remove mine from flat paint and can't for the life of me get the glue off my wall. I wanna cry.

      Delete
  65. You can flip the lettering on your computer if you put them into a paint file its much easier !!!

    ReplyDelete
  66. Great idea !!! So now I'm wondering ... If an apartment dweller can't paint , I wonder if you could use this as wallpaper. :)

    ReplyDelete
  67. I did a test run using this method and it damaged my wall when I pulled it off! Be sure and test in an area that won't be seen just to be safe.

    ReplyDelete
  68. I am considering using this idea to decorate my laptop (in smaller print of course) . I'm not sure if it will work, but my bet is that the texture of the wall and the laptop are similar. Do you think this will work?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Ironing your laptop is a bad idea! It'll melt and ruin everything.

      Delete
  69. I just love this project... You wouldn't happen to remember the name of the font you used for Colton's name... I've been looking for a little bit, but haven't quite found something I would like in my children's room as much as I like that one.

    ReplyDelete
  70. Carey building provide you the custom building products for local builders and homeowners. Services and doors we provide are antique doors, cabinet doors, carriage doors, closet doors, custom doors, building materials and building insulation etc. kindly visit our site and select according to your needs. http://www.careybuildingsupplies.com/index.htm

    ReplyDelete
  71. Sorry if someone already asked this, but has anyone tried this using wallpaper instead of fabric?

    ReplyDelete
  72. Do you have any new characters or designs that you have done? Would love to see more. Just got done making names for my boys. I could have used your Landon. ;) Thanks for the idea!

    ReplyDelete
  73. I've heard you can just skip the heat n bond stuff and use liquid starch and a paint roller then leave it up overnight pinned (supposedly will stay up indefinitely). Might be easier. :)

    ReplyDelete
  74. Quality content is the main to invite the people to pay a visit the website, that's what this web page is providing.
    Feel free to visit my blog post - Cigarettes Online

    ReplyDelete
  75. Would this work on a cabinet in am apartment?

    ReplyDelete
  76. Hi would you mind stating which blog platform you're working with? I'm going to
    start my own blog in the near future but I'm having a hard time making a decision between BlogEngine/Wordpress/B2evolution and Drupal. The reason I ask is because your design seems different then most blogs and I'm looking for something unique.
    P.S Sorry for getting off-topic but I had to ask!
    Also visit my webpage ; cheap cigarettes

    ReplyDelete
  77. I used to be able to find good info from your content.
    Feel free to visit my page : how to download movies

    ReplyDelete
  78. May be a dumb question but is the Heat and Bond sticky on both sides? I bought what I thought was the same product but it only is sticky on one side & did not stick to the wall. What am I doing wrong??

    ReplyDelete
  79. Woah! I'm really digging the template/theme of this site. It's simple, yet effective.
    A lot of times it's tough to get that "perfect balance" between usability and visual appeal. I must say you have done a excellent job with this. Additionally, the blog loads super fast for me on Chrome. Outstanding Blog!
    Also visit my webpage ... free iphone 5

    ReplyDelete
  80. I do not leave a response, but I browsed a few
    comments on "Iron on Wall Art". I do have 2 questions for you if you
    don't mind. Could it be simply me or do some of the responses appear like they are left by brain dead people? :-P And, if you are posting on other places, I would like to follow everything fresh you have to post. Would you list of all of all your public pages like your twitter feed, Facebook page or linkedin profile?
    My page ... nfl stream

    ReplyDelete
  81. Attractive section of content. I just stumbled upon your site and in accession capital to assert
    that I get actually enjoyed account your blog posts. Anyway I'll be subscribing to your augment and even I achievement you access consistently quickly.
    Take a look at my blog post ... www.pressreleasearea.com

    ReplyDelete
  82. Hey there! I just would like to offer you a huge thumbs
    up for the excellent info you have got right here on this post.

    I am returning to your blog for more soon.
    My homepage ; nodular acne

    ReplyDelete
  83. Hello are using Wordpress for your site platform?
    I'm new to the blog world but I'm trying to get started and set up my own.

    Do you require any coding knowledge to make your own blog?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated!
    Here is my web page - skin whitening

    ReplyDelete
  84. First of all I would like to say great blog! I had a quick question in which I'd like to ask if you do not mind. I was interested to know how you center yourself and clear your mind prior to writing. I've had a
    difficult time clearing my thoughts in getting my thoughts out.
    I truly do enjoy writing however it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes are usually wasted just trying to figure out how to begin.

    Any suggestions or hints? Cheers!
    Also visit my web-site :: how to get rid of man boobs

    ReplyDelete
  85. What's up Dear, are you actually visiting this site regularly, if so afterward you will without doubt take fastidious knowledge.
    my page :: yourtobaccosstore.com

    ReplyDelete
  86. Great post. I used to be checking constantly this blog and I'm inspired! Very useful information specially the last phase :) I deal with such info a lot. I was looking for this particular info for a very lengthy time. Thanks and good luck.
    Also see my web page - http://www.yourtobaccosstore.com/

    ReplyDelete
  87. Hello it's me, I am also visiting this web site on a regular basis, this website is truly fastidious and the people are truly sharing fastidious thoughts.
    Here is my web blog captain black

    ReplyDelete
  88. Hi there would you mind sharing which blog platform you're using? I'm planning
    to start my own blog in the near future but I'm having a difficult time deciding between BlogEngine/Wordpress/B2evolution and Drupal. The reason I ask is because your design and style seems different then most blogs and I'm
    looking for something unique. P.
    S Apologies for being off-topic but I had to ask!
    Look into my page : Orlando fl hookah lounge

    ReplyDelete
  89. Very very good blog post, it is straightforward and informative. No nonsense blog post. Brilliant, doc - Keep It Up.

    ReplyDelete
  90. Doesn't the heat bubble the paint around the letters?

    ReplyDelete
  91. Iron on wall art is shown in the post here. Have a look at it

    ReplyDelete
  92. Really when someone doesn't be aware of then its up to other people that they will help, so here it happens.
    Also visit my blog ... yourfastcashloan

    ReplyDelete
  93. Its like you read my mind! You seem to know
    a lot about this, like you wrote the book in it or something.
    I think that you could do with some pics to drive the message home a little
    bit, but other than that, this is fantastic blog.

    An excellent read. I'll certainly be back.
    My webpage : https://cicerone.org/User/34148

    ReplyDelete
  94. Helpful info. Fortunate me I discovered your site unintentionally, and I am shocked why this coincidence didn't happened earlier! I bookmarked it.
    Here is my blog :: same day loans

    ReplyDelete
  95. I just like the valuable info you provide to your articles.
    I will bookmark your weblog and check once more right here regularly.
    I'm relatively sure I'll learn plenty of new stuff proper
    right here! Good luck for the next!
    Also see my web page :: viewen.Com

    ReplyDelete
  96. This paragraph is actually a pleasant one it helps new web users, who are
    wishing in favor of blogging.
    Also see my site: your quick cash loan

    ReplyDelete
  97. I'm extremely impressed along with your writing abilities and also with the format on your blog. Is that this a paid theme or did you modify it your self? Anyway keep up the excellent high quality writing, it is rare to see a nice blog like this one nowadays..
    Also visit my weblog :: wiki-paesaggio.arc.uniroma1.it

    ReplyDelete
  98. Iron on wall art is shown in the post here. Have a look at it

    ReplyDelete
  99. What you did was absolutely terrific! I have always wanted to create my own room design but can't get my personal touches to this perfection. lol. But I guess will be doing that now already with this simple crafty wall design you've shared. Just so awesome!

    Retaining wall Adelaide

    ReplyDelete
  100. This is so damn awesome!!! Really impressing...loved the post..would be useful ..much informative stuff!!

    farm fencing

    ReplyDelete
  101. Amazing how simple it can be to communicate with people and have them understand a certain topic, you made my day.

    Wall beds fort smith

    ReplyDelete
  102. This has made my heart sing!!! Yes, it was a true "Ah-Ha" moment, the simplicity is just pure genius!! So mad that I didnt think of it myself!! have been looking for the right vinyl for my project with no luck. Heading out to the fabric store right now - exactly what I had envisioned!!! Thanks so much!

    ReplyDelete
  103. I tried this and I really liked it.... It is a very great and creative Idea and it is wonderful for a child's bedroom, BUT I just wanted to say that if you are doing this on walls of a Double wide trailer or any trailer that have Wallpapered drywall then wonder under is better to use.... I used a piece of fabric with wonder under to do a test patch to see if it would harm my walls and it didn't harm them but I didn't have any more wonder under so I used Heat and Bond instead and it caused my wall paper to bubble up and when I tried to peel off a letter that I wanted to re-position It peeled my wallpaper off...... I ended up changing out two of the letters because I didn't like the material I used and the wallpaper was also like that under the other letter......... This is a really great Idea though and I love it. I just wish I had of had more wonder under....... Thank you so much for the Idea, My daughters wall looks more decorative...

    ReplyDelete
  104. I have applied fabric letters to wood this way...and the solution for me in getting the letters reversed was to simply turn the letter over backwards and color the back of the letter with a black sharpie marker, then cut the letter out. You now will place the black side face up on the Heat & Bond side of the fabric and tape it down to the Heat and Bond paper...then just cut out the letter once again. The black allows you to see the shape of the letter real well against the white Heat & Bond paper, for cutting. Then the letters can be saved and reused or discarded. Now you just peel the Heat & Bond paper from the back of your fabric letters and apply them with your iron...Or another option is to use Mod Podge to apply the letters and then coat it with Mod Podge to seal it.

    One more thing I did with a sign I made in my craft room, was to go over each fabric letter with Glow-In-The- Dark paint. This paint dries clear and when the light is on in the room during the day, it charges the letters on my sign over my sewing cabinet. Then at night when the light is turned off, my letters glow and you can still read the sign in the darkness. It added such a nice and cool touch to my sign!

    ReplyDelete
  105. very informative article and I love the design’s, bookmarking your website as we speak lol xx
    Love it xx

    ReplyDelete
  106. Going to try this for my front door. I want to put "Welcome" on my door but do not want to pay the $20 for it. I have all of the materials on hand for this project. I will prob try it tomorrow. I hope it works. The door is a newer metal heavy duty door.

    ReplyDelete
  107. Thanks for sharing the blog for antique doors Colton. Please share more information so that i can easily get all those knowledge about antique materials.

    ReplyDelete
  108. Images are really very impressive and attractive. Outstanding information, i must say this site is really cool.
    Electronic Hookah

    ReplyDelete
  109. Bu güzel paylaşım için tşk
    Sizi izlemeye aldım
    Sevgiler
    www.gullerledikiş.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  110. I am going to get me some heat bond. I have a plan in mind already. Thanks so much.

    ReplyDelete
  111. I love this project. I just did one for my house today. Had an empty space on my wall and it fills it perfectly. It was so fun and so easy
    people wall art

    ReplyDelete
  112. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  113. Spice up your living room with a slice of nature scenery with birds, animals and waterfalls as the backdrop to add a touch of nature to your living room. Wall Decal Quotes

    ReplyDelete
  114. Decorative Iron Wall Art is a product that has and will be around for a long ... 4wallart.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  115. Very innovative way to develop wall art sticker. Wall Sticker Art

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for your comments!

Related Posts with Thumbnails