Spring Art Prints: New Releases

Hello everyone!

I have several new releases in my printables shop that I wanted to share with you today!

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I have five new prints to share!  Three of them are spring related and the other two are just fun!

New Releases:

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Each print listing includes a 5×7 and 8×10 copy of the artwork.

I’m so excited about these springy prints, and I hope you all are too!

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Along with these new prints, I have 13 other art prints currently available!  Head over to my shop and take a look around!

Remember when shopping in my store to use the coupon code “BlogBonus” for 15% off your purchase of $10 or more!

Happy Shopping!!

<3 Natalie

 

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New Releases: Art Prints + Valentine’s Day Sticker Printables

Hello everyone!

I’ve been working really hard and have quite a few new releases to share with you today!

I’m adding six new art prints and two new sticker kit designs to my shop this week! Check them out below!

My two planner kits for the month are Conversation Hearts and Happy Valentine’s Day.  Both kits are available in the 3-page Ultimate kit format and the 2-page horizontal kit format.

I LOVE how both of these turned out and can’t wait to start using them!  They’re both so different, and I’m having trouble deciding which one to use first! 🙂

I mentioned these two Valentine’s Day inspired prints in yesterday’s post.

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Including yesterday’s freebie print, I have four prints in this pink + red watercolor Valentine’s collection.  Get all four for perfectly matching Valentine’s Day party decor!

Aside from Happy Valentine’s Day, all the prints in this collection come in both 5×7 and 8×10 print sizes.

These are the four other non Valentine’s Day themed items that are new to the shop.

All of these prints come in 5×7 + 8×10 and each come in both full color and white background options.

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I’m very excited about all of this month’s releases and hope that you all are two!

Remember when shopping in my store to use the coupon code “BlogBonus” for 15% off your purchase of $10 or more!

Happy Shopping!!

<3 Natalie

Hello 2017 Art Print – Free Download

Hello there!

I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas!

Can you believe that New Year’s Eve is right around the corner?!  I sure can’t!

I have two new, digital prints to share with you today.  Focusing on the new year, the new prints say, “Hello 2017” and the print is available in both navy and orchid.

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Either of these downloads would be perfect for New Year’s party decor, host/hostess gifts, a planner dashboard, etc.

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“Hello 2017” is formatted as a 5×7 and can be transformed into an 8×10 by leaving a white border around the edge like shown above.

Just like with my sticker printables, these art prints are for personal use only.  You may not re-sell, redistribute, or claim these works as your own.

When posting on the internet, please give credit to Pink Bows & Twinkle Toes.  Feel free to tag me (@pinkbowstwinkletoes) on Instagram when posting my printables!  I would love to see how you’re using them!

To download each PNG file:

  1. Click on the color you would like above
  2. Click “view full size”
  3. Right click and save image
  4. Open saved file and print
  5. ENJOY!!

If you skip step 2 and don’t click the “view full size” button, the image will save in a much smaller format and will print incorrectly.

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I hope you enjoy these printables!

I’ll be back tomorrow with another New Year’s freebie! 🙂

Happy Printing!

<3 Natalie

DIY Ribbon Memory Board Tutorial

Hi everyone!

I’ve been a busy little bee and have a few crafts to share with you!

I made three ribbon boards while on my little crafting binge!

IMG_0136Once my ribbon boards are complete, I’m going to hang them in a collage type of arrangement on my bedroom wall.

My bedroom is pink, green, and navy blue, so I picked fabrics that would complement my color palette!

IMG_0132The white fabric I chose has a subtle paisley pattern to it.  So cute!

IMG_0125Here are the supplies for my pink gingham board.

DMC floss color: B5200 – white

I couldn’t decide what width ribbon I wanted to use.

IMG_0208I eventually decided on the 3/8 inch ribbon.

IMG_0131Here are the supplies for my white ribbon board.

DMC floss color: 3840 – light blue

IMG_0281Half way through the project I changed my mind on what color and width ribbon I wanted to use.

I finally decided on a 3/8 inch cornflower blue ribbon.

IMG_0121Here are the supplies for my blue, floral pattern board.

DMC floss color: 151 – light pink

IMG_0175I decided on 3/8 inch ribbon for this board too.

IMG_0111Supplies:

  • Canvas (2 – 11 inch x 14 inch, 1 – 12 inch x 24 inch)
  • Buttons (7 for the smaller boards and 11 for the large board)
  • Fabric
  • Batting
  • Ribbon (3/8 inch)
  • Embroidery floss
  • Scotch tape
  • Staple gun
  • Needle
  • Scissors

IMG_0138First, iron your fabric.

I have a steam iron, so I let my fabric dry while I prepped my board for its fabric.

Next, cut two rectangles of batting to the size of the canvas. IMG_0141Using the staple gun, staple the batting down in each corner of the canvas. IMG_0143Use little batting scraps to cover up the staples. IMG_0149Lay your fabric face-side down and place the canvas (upside down) on top. IMG_0152Wrap the fabric around the edge and staple the fabric to the back. IMG_0155Pull the fabric taut over the canvas and staple on the other side. IMG_0157When doing the sides, pull taut and fold the fabric like you’re wrapping a present before stapling it to the back of the canvas. IMG_0163Repeat on the other side.

I trimmed my fabric after taking this picture.  If yours looks like mine, you might want to do the same! IMG_0167When you turn your canvas over, this is what it should look like.

Now comes the frustrating part! IMG_0177Cut your ribbon and lay it out in a design similar to this. IMG_0180Use Scotch tape to tack down the ribbons where they intersect.

The next step involves flipping the board over, so you want the tape to hold the ribbons in place. IMG_0187Use the staple gun to staple the ribbons in place.

When stapling, pull the ribbons taut and at an angle, so they smoothly fold over the edge of the canvas.  Does that make sense? IMG_0197Use embroidery floss to sew on the buttons.

You want to create tufts, so make sure you pull the thread really tight. IMG_0198The first five buttons are the easiest!

The other two are much more difficult because the wooden part of the canvas is in the way.

If you have patience, you can still sew on the buttons like I did. Simply pull the canvas away from the wooden backing and sew underneath.

If you lack patience, you can just hot glue those buttons in place. IMG_0304Once your buttons are in place, the project is done!  IMG_0301The pink gingham board turned out so cute! IMG_0307My finished white and blue board! IMG_0310All three boards!

I absolutely love how these turned out!

I can’t wait to hang them up on my wall!

Happy crafting!! Bow signature pink