Project Alicia : DIY Wall Art with Life-n-Reflection Templates

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

DIY Wall Art with Life-n-Reflection Templates

I am so excited for the opportunity to work with Kristy of Life-n-Reflection. She is uber talented and her creativity never ceases to amaze me. If you haven't checked out her Inspired Notebook series, stop over. Ah-MAZ-ing! I actually love her work so much I bought some of her Autumn Tags for some goodie bags recently.

Her boutique is brimming with goodness. Go take a peek for yourself!
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But today I wanted to talk a little about her templates, in particular. I had the opportunity to try out her Autumn Day Canvas Templates and they couldn't have been more perfect for our Pumpkin Farm pics!
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I just downloaded the templates, plugged in my pics, printed and adhered the pages to my old window. And voila! Art for my wall. It's a one-of-a-kind and can be easily changed out for the seasons. I kinda love it!

If you are new to templates or photoshop, Kristy has an easy to follow video tutorial as well.

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I pride myself on easy projects. And this, my friends, is a project anyone can do- thanks to Kristy of Life-n-Reflection! Make sure to follow her on facebook to keep up to date on all of her awesome products and monthly freebies. And while you're there give her some love!

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*Disclosure: Thank you to Life-n-Reflection for sponsoring my post and for providing me with these beautiful Templates. I genuinely love Life-n-Reflection's products. All opinions are mine.

4 comments:

  1. Oh thank you for sharing...can't wait for the morning to try them! 

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  2. What a treasure!! This gorgeous all around.   I really love how simple this is to create and change with the seasons.  You are so talented my friend. :)

    Look out flea markets - you're about to have a raid on old window frames, LOL!

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  3. I LOVE LOVE LOVE your window idea! I featured it on my Show Off today, hope you don't mind! And I'm for sure going to do a window myself :)

    Amy

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  4. Wow! This is really
    cool. I love this idea. Thanks for sharing something like this.


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