#Sponsored: My Review of #AngelCraft Vinyl

sampleDisclaimer: I received a sample of this product at a heavily discounted price from Angel Craft Vinyl in order to facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Anyone who knows me knows that I love my Silhouette Cameo. I am always cutting something and giving it as a gift, or selling it somewhere. Because of this, I go through more vinyl than one can even begin to imagine. It’s not a bad thing, it’s all good!

BUT, vinyl can get expensive! When  I first started cutting vinyl, everyone told me I *had* to use this one certain brand of vinyl. So, I did. And I paid out the rear for it. It was good, and I was happy, but I figured there had to be another brand out there that would make me just as happy. (Or happier, if I wasn’t paying so much!)

So, when Angel Craft Vinyl approached me and offered me the chance to review their 12″ x 12″ Self Adhesive Vinyl Sheets (35 PACK), I jumped on it!

After the package arrived, I couldn’t wait to get started. One of my favorite ladies in the church was having a birthday, so I figured her birthday present would be the first thing I would make with my Angel Craft Vinyl.

I picked out the color I needed, (LOVE that there are so many colors!), and got my supplies all together.

tile project tools

Got my design ready on my Silhouette software, and started cutting:


After just a few minutes, and some weeding, followed by some super easy installation, I ended up with this:


Oh how I just love it!

I put the project all together, and my gift was ready for giving:

tile project completed

There is so much I love about this vinyl:

  • It’s made in the USA. (Need I even say more? I think not.)
  • It WORKS! It is permanent, and it sticks. I’ve used it on indoor and outdoor products, and I haven’t had a single problem with it. (Note: I have found a few different paints that the vinyl will not stick to, but this is also true of EVERY other vinyl I have tried.)
  • My daughter’s cup survived a run through the dishwasher, and still came out looking like I had just applied the vinyl! (I will continue to tell clients to hand wash items, though.)
  • There’s a fantastic variety of colors. And, because the sheets are 12″x12″, I can often use the sheets for more than one project, depending on how large the project is.

I do wish, though, that there were an option to pick and choose my 35 sheets. There are several colors in here that I will probably never use, and many colors that I could use 5 – 10 sheets of, just because I use them SO much. If they could do that, I would be the happiest person ever! 🙂

Overall, I am quite impressed with Angel Craft Vinyl, and I will definitely be making another purchase again in the near future!

I’ll end by showing you a few more projects that I made with the Angel Craft Vinyl.

This is on our car, (and our van, and my husband’s truck…) :


Every mom deserves a Wonder Woman mug:


And, since Mommy has her own cup, Carly needed one as well:


Let’s finish it all out with a soccer star’s sticker for the car:


Have you used Angel Craft Vinyl? What are your thoughts? I’d love to hear them!

#Sponsored: Create a Burlap Print without Printing on Burlap @MyPrintly #CMYK #HPSmartMom

Disclaimer: This post is part of a sponsored campaign with MyPrintly and MomSelect. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Mother’s Day is just around the corner. It’s that one special day to celebrate Mom and let her know just how much you love her.

So, what do you get the mom who has everything?

I started by browsing MyPrintly.com. There are so many great craft ideas on there. If you’ve never stopped by the site, you simply must do so. It’s the first place I go when I need to come up with an idea for gifts and my mind goes blank. It always gets my creative juices flowing again, and I’ve found some really great stuff to make because of the site.

While out and about in my daily endeavors recently, I came across some unique burlap prints. They were beautiful, but they were hand painted. Unfortunately, my artistic ability when it comes to freehand drawing is non-existent. I can’t even draw a stick figure without crooked lines.

But, I can design almost anything on the computer!

I had even found some laminated burlap at my local craft store. It said you could put it in the printer, but I noticed that the burlap sheds. I didn’t want to risk ruining my beautiful HP Envy printer by having it pull through a piece of burlap.

I wanted a way to make a burlap print without actually printing on the burlap.


You won’t believe how easy it is to make a burlap print without actually printing on burlap!

Here, take a minute and watch my video:

See how easy that was?

Let’s go over everything once again, and get you on your way to creating your own masterpiece.

burlap print

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • The design you want to print. (See my *Free* Printables below, create your own, find one on etsy…. the possibilities are endless!)
  • Transparency Film (Made for inkjet printers)
  • A printer
  • Burlap (either laminated burlap or a piece of burlap cut to size)
  • Picture frame

Next, here’s what you need to do:

  1. Using your printer, print out your design onto transparency paper. (If you use my printables below, they are all set to print as an 8″x10″. I include a black border so you know exactly where to cut your design out to fit in the frame. Just make sure your document is set to print at 100%.
  2. Cut out your design around the black lines. (If using my printable. If not, cut your design out to fit in the frame.)
  3. Place the design next to the glass, place the burlap (cut to size) behind it, and put on the back of the frame.
  4. Viola! That’s it! You now have a beautiful burlap frame, and there’s no chance of any burlap shedding and clogging up your printer.

burlap print

I absolutely love the way these prints look! I foresee lots and lots of these in my future. 🙂

Now, let’s get on to the fun part. The free printables! I’ve got several designs for you to choose from. Just click on the image to be taken to the full size image. Right click on the large image (not the small one!), save it to your computer, and then print it out using the instructions above:

mothers day free printable

blessed free printable

mothers day free printableIf you have any trouble with these, just shoot me a message.

Still need more crafty ideas for gifts to make this year? Check out MyPrintly.com for tons more ideas!

I also want to make sure you know about an exciting giveaway with the chance to win one of three (3) HP Envy Printers. All you have to do is follow @MyPrintly on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram, and then complete this brief entry form: http://bit.ly/MyPrintlyGiveaway. (Please note: The contest ends Friday, May 15th and winners will be randomly selected and notified the following week. Giveaway is for U.S. only.)

If you use these printables, I’d love to see how your project turns out! Or, let me know which craft on MyPrintly.com you end up using.

Happy Mother’s Day!

Learned a New Craft…

Yesterday was an absolutely terrible day. Like, totally the worst. It started Saturday night at bedtime. One ended up with a stomach bug. Then another. Then another. By morning, I had 4 with the stomach bug and one complaining his tummy hurt. It was a very long night, and an even longer day. I’m pretty sure I got 10 minutes of sleep total.

BUT, there is a silver lining to this very dark cloud….

My Christmas present was finally delivered!

chalk paint dresser

Isn’t it pretty? I just love it. It’s beautifully displayed in my dining room.

As I was looking around the room, though, I noticed nothing else in there looked half as pretty. One thing that stuck out like a sore thumb was the picture frame I got for my wedding. (You can see it in the reflection of the mirror.) It’s been through several moves, and it was beat to snot. So, I shot my friend that painted my dresser a message and asked her how difficult it would be for me to paint the frame to match the dresser.

There was paint left over from the dresser, so she gave me that and walked me through the steps of making the frame beautiful.

Here’s the before and after:

frame before and after

I just LOVE it. And it was SO, SO easy to do! Now, I want to paint ALL the things. 🙂

I may quickly become obsessed with this. And I may drive my husband insane. But once he sees how pretty everything can be, he might not be too mad at me.

I think I’ve found my new go-to craft. And this definitely made my horrible, awful, terrible, no-good day soooooo much better.

Have you tried your hand at painting furniture? What do you think?

Give Thanks… and Enjoy a @Popsicle While You Do! #Sponsored #PopsicleMom

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November is my favorite month, and this month, we also celebrate my favorite holiday: Thanksgiving. It’s not about the shopping, or the football games, but it’s about being with family and talking about all the blessings we’ve received in the past year. And this year, Popsicle is helping us take things one step farther.

Fall with Popsicle

Now, every time the kids eat a Popsicle, they have to use the stick to write something that they are thankful for, and then put the stick in the “Blessings Jar.” On Thanksgiving Day, while we sit at the dinner table together, we will read all of the blessings that are written on the sticks. (The same is true for my husband and myself. If I have a Creamsicle {which I often do!}, I have to write a blessing that I’m thankful for on the stick and put it in the Blessings Jar.)

Blessings Jar

It’s a very simple project, but it’s one that has really made a difference in my kids. The first few Popsicle sticks were easy, “Family, our House, etc.” But as the jar has gotten fuller, they’ve had to sit and think about things they haven’t already named. I am really proud of some of the answers the kids have come up with… “Aunt Stephy, food on our table, our church…” the list goes on and on.


I am most excited about sitting down together around our table and reading all of the blessings they have thought of this month. And, because they seem to be so good at this, we may end up with TWO Blessings Jars by the time Thanksgiving finally gets here. You know what? That would be all right with me!

count your blessings

Making the Blessings Jar is easy. I just took a Mason Jar and a piece of white computer paper. I folded the computer paper to fit on the jar, and then wrote “Blessings Jar” and the verse from 1 Chronicles 16:8, “Give thanks unto the Lord, call upon his name, make known his deeds among the people.” I thought it was a fitting verse to go behind the idea of sharing our blessings. You could have your children decorate the piece of paper any way you’d prefer. A fun idea would be to put leaves under the paper, and have the kids color the paper with crayons in fall colors. Then, just tape the paper to the jar, and start collecting your Popsicle sticks. You could do it the way we do, and every time the kids enjoy a Popsicle treat, they write a blessing, or you can build up a stash of Popsicle sticks this month, and then on Thanksgiving Day, put a Popsicle stick at every seat at the table. Then, have each person at the table write a blessing they are thankful for on their Popsicle stick, and once they’ve read it, put it in the jar. You could bring the jar out year after year, and eventually have a jar full of blessings.

We have so much for which to be thankful, even when things seem difficult. There are always little blessings in our life that keep us going and make every day a little sweeter. This year, we’re taking our blessings and sharing them with the world. And we’re doing it all with a little help from Popsicle.

I hope that you’ve enjoyed hearing about my family’s adventures with Popsicle this year. I have absolutely enjoyed being a Popsicle Mom Ambassador this year, and I’m thankful for the chance to share my experience with you. From our giveaways to our Pop-Up Party for our neighborhood and friends, we have had such a great time!

I want to encourage you to stay in touch with Popsicle all year long. Remember – Popsicles aren’t just fun in the summertime, but these sweet treats are fantastic all year long!

  • Visit the Popsicle website to find out about all the fabulous Popsicle products available.
  • Become a fan of Popsicle on Facebook for photos, fun, coupons, and so much more straight from the brand.
  • Follow Popsicle on Twitter for fun tweets that will get your mouth watering.
  • Follow Popsicle on Pinterest for tons of ideas, pictures, and more to spark your creativity and get you busy with Popsicle products.

What blessings would you write on YOUR Popsicle sticks?

First Day of School Challenge with @MichaelsStores #michaelsbts #Sponsored

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Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Michaels. I received a gift card in order to purchase the items needed to create my First Day of School Challenge Project. Opinions expressed are 100% my own, and have not been influenced in any way. I have not been compensated in any other way for this post.

 Michaels First Day of School Challenge

I was recently contacted by Michaels and asked if I would participate in their First Day of School Challenge. For this challenge, we were given a gift card, and we were instructed to use the gift card to purchase materials to create a project that celebrates the first day of school.

After much thinking and planning, I decided to go a unique way. Starting with the first day of school, I want to be **super** organized. Last year seemed so hectic and so crazy, and I just can’t do it again. (Of course, I’m sure giving birth to #7 part-way through the year didn’t help with the chaos.) So, I decided to document the first day of school with a completely organized, totally creative personalized Homework Station.

How to Create a Back to School Homework Station #michaelsbts

I absolutely love the way our Homework Station turned out, and I think it will make the nightly homework routine so much smoother. Each box is filled with the items each of my children will need in order to be prepared for doing their homework: paper, pencils, crayons, markers, scissors. Extras of everything to help make homework time go faster and easier.

Let me walk you through the steps of creating your own Homework Station. (You may not need as many boxes as I do, so adjust this according to your family’s needs.)

Supplies from Michaels

First, head to your nearest Michael’s store and pick up the supplies you’ll need to create your personalized boxes:

  • A Shelf Set of Scrapbook Storage Cases. (I grabbed the set with 6 boxes, but they offer many more options. I saw a shelf set with 4 boxes, and another set with just 2 boxes.) I also grabbed 2 extra boxes: One for putting Carly’s baby toys in, and another for my stuff. If I had really been thinking, I would have bought another shelf set with 2 boxes, but I didn’t think about that until after I’d already left.
  • A Can of Spray Paint. (LOVE that Michaels has so many color choices! I opted for brown to match my dining room. You may need 2 cans if you want it really dark.)
  • Mod Podge. (I used the Antique Matte and the Sparkle Mod Podge.)
  • Sponge Brushes. (for applying the Mod Podge to the boxes.)
  • Scrapbook Paper. (I needed 2 12×12 pieces for each box.)
  • Stickers, Ribbon, and Embellishments for each child’s box. Make sure you grab some letter stickers to add their name to the box as well!

Supplies needed for this project

 Once you have all your supplies at home, the first step is to get your box painted whatever color you picked out. Make sure you pull out the boxes from the shelf set before you start painting.

remove the boxes before painting

While the shelving system does come apart, I do *not* recommend pulling it apart to paint it. (Believe me, I learned the hard way!) Keep the shelves together and evenly spray the entire shelving system with your spray paint. (I also used a sponge brush to get rid of any drips.)

As your box dries, it’s time to get started on the boxes.

First, you need to cut your scrapbook paper to fit on top of the boxes.

cut paper to fit boxes

Then it’s time to apply the Mod Podge. (My favorite part of the project!!)

apply Mod Podge
Apply ModPodge

Once you get the Mod Podge applied, let it dry:

Let dry

Here are all of our boxes waiting to dry:

Sparkle Mod Podge waiting to dry

waiting to dry

Once the boxes are dry, it’s time to decorate them. The kids absolutely loved this part. They got to use their stickers and decorate exactly how they wanted to. I did add some ribbon to most of the boxes. The seam on the boxes bothered me, so the ribbon was a fun, easy way to hide that silly seam.

Here’s how our boxes turned out:

Decorated boxes

I really love how they turned out, and so do the kids.

I also added each child’s name (or nickname) on the outside of each box:

Completed boxes

For the final touch, make it a complete Homework Station, complete with Calendar and other necessary supplies:

Completed Homework Station

It turned out so great that I don’t mind having it sit in my dining room. That’s where homework gets done, anyway, but at least now they have a fun, creative way to keep their supplies on hand and keep them organized. And it will keep my dining room clean!

This year, we’re starting the first day of school organized and in control. We are going to make it a great year!

I also think this project would be great for homeschooling moms. I wish I had thought of this when I was homeschooling a few years ago.

Michaels is my favorite place to get craft supplies and everything I need for fun projects with the kids. Here are just a few reasons why:

  • If you need a large quantity of a back to school item, but you don’t see enough on the shelves, Michaels offers a bulk ordering program where you can order as many as you need and save up to 20%!
  • The Michaels app is a wonderful tool to have. It gives you the latest deals and coupons at the touch of a button. I saved lots of money on my trip to Michaels with the app.
  • Michaels offers a 15% discount for teachers every day. Just talk to a store associate during your next visit to learn more.

Also, be sure to connect with Michaels in the following ways:

Thanks, Michaels for helping us make our First Day of School even better!

Tell me: What’s on YOUR back to school list from Michaels?

Easy Father’s Day Present – The Steps of a Good Man {Free Printable}

Yesterday afternoon, I made my absolute favorite craft of all time. I am so, so excited about this project, and it’s so easy to make that I know you’re going to want to make one too.

On Sunday, we’ll celebrate Father’s Day. But Sunday also happens to be PapPaw’s birthday. PapPaw is a very, very special man around here. You see, he married my husband’s mom a couple of years ago, and he has taken all of our kids under his wings as an amazing role model.

When I was thinking about what to make him, I couldn’t stop thinking about the Bible verse, Psalm 37:23 – “The steps of a good man are ordered by the LORD: and he delighteth in his way.”

I decided to make a large plaque for him using this special Bible verse, and I am just thrilled with how it came out.

The Steps of a Good Man Father's Day Project

Tell me that isn’t adorable!

Here’s how easy it is to make.

First, here are the items that you’ll need:

  • Plank of wood cut to size and stained (if desired).
  • Modge Podge (I used the Satin.)
  • White Paint (I used Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint.)
  • Chalkboard style print. (See below for a free printable!)

Items needed

For the wood, I went to Home Depot and got a four foot “one by twelve.” (Ask for that specifically.) They will then cut it to size for you at no cost. Note: I had them cut it so it was 3 feet long, but that’s because I had 7 footprints to fit on there. You may need one much smaller. Then, just bring it home and stain it any color you wish and then let it dry. (I used the Provincial shade of Varathane Wood Stain.)

Step One: Print out your Chalkboard Print and trim the edges off if needed. I’ve included mine as a free printable below. And here’s a link to “How to Make A Chalkboard Print” if you’re feeling adventurous and want to make up your own.

The Steps of a Good Man Free Printable

Just click on the image above, and it will take you to the PDF image. When you print it out, it will be an 8×10 in size, perfect for this project, or even for framing. And don’t worry – the Blessed Beyond Words copyright won’t show up on the printable.

Step 2: Decide where you want the print on your wood.

Step 3: Cover the area where the printable will go with Modge Podge.

Step 4: Lay the print over the Modge Podge, and smooth out all the wrinkles. (I used a soft burp rag to smooth mine out.)

Step 5: Paint your kids’ feet, and press them into place on the wood. (You can do oldest to youngest, or youngest to oldest – it’s up to you!) If you only have one child, you could paint both of their feet and put them side by side on the wood to look like footprints.

Step 6: Allow to dry.

Et Voila! You have a gorgeous one-of-a-kind Father’s Day gift for the man in your life.

You can also apply a coat of Modge Podge over the entire plaque once the footprints dry, but I was so impressed with how it looked that I opted not to add the extra coating.

To hang the finished plaque, I decided to include the Command Large Picture Hanging Strips. These are a great way to hang the plaque on the wall without damaging the wall.

I love the way this turned out so much that I’m already planning a return trip to Home Depot so I can make one for our living room.

If you make this project, I’d love to hear about it!

PS. The original idea came from THIS POST, however, I changed quite a bit and wanted to give it a more Biblical theme, so I changed it up a bit. However, credit is due where credit is due, and I’m appreciative of Shanty 2 Chic for putting up her tutorial! It sparked all sorts of creativity in me. 🙂

How to Make a Chalkboard Print {Free Printable Included}

I recently made up this chalkboard print to be used as part of a gift for my husband’s Step-Dad.

The Steps of a Good Man Free Printable

I absolutely love how it turned out, and you can download it as a free printable here: Easy Father’s Day Present – The Steps of a Good Man . (That link also shows you a cute Father’s Day Gift you can make with the print above.)

Right now, though, I want to teach you how to make your own chalkboard print. It’s so easy!

First, you need a chalkboard background.

What? You don’t have one?

Well, let me fix that!

Click on this picture to be taken to the full size version of the blank chalkboard background, then right click and save it to your computer:

free printable chalkboard background

The full size version of the background is an 8×10, perfect for printing and framing or using in dozens of different projects. And you can just print it on plain ol’ computer paper and get fantastic results.

You are going to want some creative chalkboard style fonts for your chalkboard print. Here are the fonts I used for the printable at the top of this post:

The fonts are all free from Dafont.com, and I’ve linked them all so you can find them quickly and easily.

Once you’ve downloaded and installed the fonts, open your blank chalk background in your photo editing program. (You can use Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, etc. It really doesn’t matter.)

Then, decide what you want to type, and start typing!

Play with your new fonts and try different combinations. You can also add in lines, wingdings, and dingbats for even more special touches. Let your creative juices flow!

If you like the solid line and dashed line combination I used on the print above, you can download it here:


That’s a transparent png file, so no worries about it not looking right with your chalkboard background. Just right click and save the image to your computer, and then add it as a new layer to your own chalkboard print.

You can also add it twice and flip one of them vertically to get it to appear upside down to kind of close the image.

Once you have your masterpiece designed, just print it onto regular computer paper, cut off the white edges, and frame it. (Or use it in an art project.)

If you decide to use this printable and make your own chalkboard print, I’d love to hear about it!

8th Grade Book Character Day!

Today, my oldest daughter Ashley will visit several different elementary classrooms and tell the kids about her Book Character. She’s nervous, excited, and just as cute as can be.

Her teacher decided that the students couldn’t do any Disney characters or anything well known. They had to get creative and think outside the box.

So, Ashley picked Alice the Fairy by David Shannon.

Alice the Fairy

It’s a really cute little story, and if you have a little girl, you definitely need to check this book out. My Lucy {age 5} just loves it. I’m pretty sure Ashley and I have both read the book to Lucy about 100 times.

Here’s the book character’s outfit:

alice the fairy's outfit

And here’s how Ashley’s costume turned out:

ashley's alice the fairy costume

Isn’t it adorable?

Ash borrowed the dress from a girl at church. She already had the purple shirt to put underneath it. I made and attached bows to her Mary Jane shoes, and I made the wand with a dowel rod, ribbon, and a star Christmas ornament. I designed the flower on the computer, printed it out, and laminated it. We attached it with a sparkly earring. I don’t think we could have matched the character’s outfit any better. {And, Ashley – you are so lucky you have a crafty mom.} 🙂

She looks adorable, and I know she’s going to have so much fun today. She gets to visit Zander and Jace’s classrooms, so they’re both really excited.

I’ll be heading to the school this afternoon to watch the Book Character parade. Lucy and Parker are sure to get a kick out of that.

What do you think, did we do a good job matching the character’s outfit?

Ashley as Alice the Fairy

I Wish I had Thought of That!

My addiction to Pinterest has shown me more great ideas in a few days than I could come up with in a lifetime.

Here are some of the great little tips and tricks I’ve found:

How about a Pringles can to keep uncooked spaghetti fresh?

Pringles can

Idea & Photo From http://nonobvioussolutions.tumblr.com/

Or a super-easy way to make heart-shaped cupcakes?

heart shaped cupcakes

photo and idea from http://www.musesofmegret.com/2009/02/12/valentines-day-hack-make-heart-shaped-cupcakes-with-a-regular-tin/

Maybe you need a cute way to get cupcakes to the kids’ school, but don’t want to shell out big bucks for a fancy dessert tray? Make your own – cheap and easy!

Make your own cupcake tray

Photo & Idea from http://decorganizecrafts.blogspot.com/2011/05/diy-desert-stand-tiered-plates-tiered.html

And those are just a few of the amazing ideas, tutorials, and projects I’ve found. If I ever get free time, I might become dangerous… and it’s all thanks to Pinterest.

Share with me some of the creative ideas you’ve found…. I’ll be sure to pin them too! 🙂

DIY: Gentleman’s Valet Wall Project by Kristan Cunningham

April is National Decorating Month, and it’s the perfect fit! Many of you have either just started – or just finished your Spring Cleaning, so now’s the perfect time to start some do-it-yourself projects around the house.

Today, let’s start with a project that I definitely want to try out for myself – a Gentleman’s Valet Wall.

My husband works in a position where he has to dress up every day. That means he needs a clean white shirt, dress pants, and a tie. He has dozens and dozens of ties and belts, and they have completely overtaken our little closet. Now, it’s time to get these ties out of the closet and in a spot where they can be beautifully displayed. The Valet Wall does just that.

Here are step by step instructions on completing a Gentleman’s Valet Wall for yourself.

Gentleman’s Valet Wall

Project by Kristan Cunningham –
interior designer and former host of HGTV’s Design on a Dime

Whether you’re a bachelor or the lady of the house, this project expands your storage space by organizing all of the gentlemanly accoutrements that may be shoved in the closet and making them readily available.

The vintage golf clubs drive home a classic sports club feel, and the blackboard creates a crisp and dramatic backdrop that showcases all of the colors and texture of the ties, belts and hats.

·    Command large metal hooks (4)
·    Command small metal hooks (5)
·    Rubbing alcohol and cotton pad
·    Vintage golf clubs (2)
·    Pencil
·    Measuring tape
·    Small level
·    Large framed chalkboard



Before Photo

1.    To determine where to hang the golf clubs, place a large hook on either end of the first golf club until it feels comfortably supported. Measure the distance in between the two hooks. Make two pencil marks on the blackboard, spaced at the width and the height where you want the golf club to rest.

2.    Fold the tie in half, and measure the length of the longest tie. This will be the distance between the top golf club and the bottom golf club.  Mark these spots with a pencil.

3.    Using alcohol and a cotton pad, clean the surface where you intend to place the hooks on the blackboard. Let the area dry.

4.    Align the top of the first Command hook with on of the top pencil marks, and follow the directions for application.  Then secure the second hook directly across from the first hook, aligning it with the pencil mark.  Place the first golf club on the hooks.

Valet Wall

Step 4 Part 1

Valet Wall

Step 4 Part 2

5.    Repeat step four to hang the second golf club below the first golf club.  Then hang the remaining five hooks across the bottom of the chalkboard to hang hats.

Valet Wall

Step 5

6.    Finally, loop ties and belts over the golf clubs, and hang hats on the bottom hooks.

Valet Wall

Step 6

All done! Here’s how your completed project should look:

Gentleman's Valet Wall

After Photo 1

Gentleman's Valet Wall

After Photo 2

I hope you’ve enjoyed this project! If you decide to create a Gentleman’s Valet Wall in your home, please share some pictures with us! And, as soon as I get this project completed, I’ll definitely share it with you!

Disclaimer: The information in this post is courtesy of Hunter Public Relations on behalf of Command Products from 3M. I was in no way compensated for this post.