Monday, January 23, 2012

EAD's Monday Hop

Hi Everyone and welcome to EAD Designs Monday Hop!  Some people don't care for Mondays, however I love them!  How could I not when I get to start it off with a Hop!  Now you should have arrived here from Lauren's blog, but if not then head over to EAD's blog for the start!  That way you'll be eligible for this week's giveaway!

I also wanted to share with you a video from start to finish how easy EAD's vinyl is to use!




 EAD has over 40 colors of vinyl to choose from! 

recipe:
salvage board
paint


In the video I said that my daughter told me it was a Juicy Couture slogan and it might be.  However I decided to look it up, this is what Wikipedia said: Keep Calm and Carry On was a poster produced by the British government in 1939 during the beginning of the Second World War, intended to raise the morale of the British public in the event of invasion.

So when I said I wanted it to look old and from another country, I wasn't so wrong after all!  hehehe

Your next stop is Amy T!

Enjoy!

12 comments :

Crafting Katie said...

This came out just awesome, Liz! I love it! I'm going to have to stop by later to check out your video. :-)

Lauren Brewer said...

This turned out so cute! TFS! Lauren

dreenie said...

wow this came out gorgeous!

Sheetal Ahlawat said...

Thanks for the tut Liz.

jessica said...

Awesome job Liz!!! thanks for the video tutorial also! Turned out FAB!

Sandy from Ukiah said...

Love it... I made Alex a birthday card last year that said: KEEP CALM AND PARTY ON... I like your saying better... She is going to be so excited.... Hugs

bonnie said...

This is gorgeous Liz....I want one!! ;) Hugs x

katieo said...

My daughter would love this. She had a juicy shirt that had something like this on it. I love that you researched the history.

mandalj said...

I love the way this saying has been revived!

Shelly said...

Awesome Liz! Either way,...Juicy Couture or the British Government it's a FABULOUS saying! I LOVE it and you make it look so easy!
Shelly
http://mypaperlove.blogspot.com/

~amy~ said...

i love it!!!!!!

Sue D said...

Great project--I am sure your daughter will love it.