DIY Decorating With Simply Said Designs
By Elayne on April 17, 2012
I've loved decorating for as long as I can remember. In my former life as a Realtor, I became a Certified Home Stager and Designer. I helped my clients decorate their home (both their old one and their new one), by using what they already had, and coming up with new and affordable ways they could make some fabulous changes.
I recently discovered Simply Said Designs and I've already begun to make some cute things for Spring. Simply Saidhas literally hundreds of designs that will enhance any area of your home.
Made of the highest quality vinyl, you can choose the design that speaks to you, and then apply it to any hard surface.
The possibilities are endless! There are 45 different colors to choose from as well as an online design design tool that lets you create your own custom design.
Now that I'm home full-time, I'm really looking forward to getting back into decorating again. Take a peek at some of the fun things you can do and then give me a call or drop me an email if you'd like more information!
I made this for my patio. Super easy and very inexpensive. I bought the yellow jug from Michael's with the 40% off coupon and then added the vinyl letters and I was done! It really brightens up the place!
Here are a few more ways that you can use Simply Said Designs to decorate your home, your way!
I love this!
This is so simple! A little white tile from Home Depot and whatever inspirational words you'd like!
I made a couple of these already. Great hostess gifts or birthday gifts!
Visit my website at www.SimplySaidElayne.com to see the complete catalog. If you'd like a hard copy, let me know! Enjoy!
Until next time,
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