Quick MLK Day Crafting: DIY Custom Kitchen Art

DIY Kitchen Art

It’s MLK Day and I’ve been home with a cold all day.  My son got a couple extra episodes of BusyTown today.  Not a very fun way to spend a day off. I was feeling a tad better this afternoon so decided to do a little quick crafting.  I’ve been wanting a little piece of art for the shelf in our breakfast nook (same room with the giant NOSH letters on the wall) and after spending a while visualizing it in my head (often a very long process), I was finally ready to just knock it out.  I love it!  Exactly what I wanted!

DIY Kitchen ArtSupplies used for this project: Silhouette Studio, Carolina Breeze Myrla Cardstock by Teresa Collins (background), PTI Smokey Shadow Cardstock (cut out utensils), Utensils by Hero Arts (in the Silhouette Online Store), Heart from this set by Totally Jamie (Silhouette Online Store), Engravers MT Font, Chisel Wide Font, Tombow adhesive and 8×10 Malden frame bought on sale at local drugstore

 What do you think?  Cute, right?

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