Dollar Tree Laundry Room Fun!!

A friend of mine moved into a new house not to long ago. She has been working room by room getting everything decorated. She asked me what I was doing next on the blog and I told her laundry room decor! I also told her that I did not know what I was going to do with the stuff once it was made because I did not have anywhere to put it. With a big grin, she asked if I would toss them her way. She has a pretty neutral laundry room and it is not a big space. I kept all those things in mind as I was starting to create some laundry room decor with some Dollar Tree materials.

Lets Get Started

Supplies

I found some wall stickers at Dollar Tree that were perfect for making some cheap and easy decor. I needed a few different sizes of signs which came from a few different things at Dollar Tree, or you can use signs from other craft stores. I was working on keeping this pretty budget friendly. A few other things I used were twine, Mod Podge, vinyl, and hot glue. All of this is pretty simple and you do not need a lot to this project.

I started by prepping three different sizes of signs. Each one I did the same steps with. First I took any embellishments off the signs. Then flipped the signs over and took any stickers that were on them. I also removed what ever is used to hang the signs. If there are holes left behind, I filled them in with wood filler.

Next I needed to cover the signs. I did not want to use paint. That is something we use all the time and I wanted to do something different. I had some vinyl on hand from Target. Depending on the season, they can carry it in their Bullseye Playground and it comes in single sheets or in a pack of three. The ones I chose to use were in a pack of three. There were two plaid patterns and a striped one. I measured out the vinyl by laying the signs down on it and tracing it and cutting out the vinyl. This is where I ran into a problem. Since this was going in a laundry room I was afraid of the vinyl peeling off if the room got to hot or had to much moisture. To solve this problem I put a layer of Mod Podge down on the sign first and then put the vinyl over the top of it.

Once the Mod Podge has had some time to dry, I cut apart the stickers. Now the ones on the right are from another sticker pack that had the laundry list on it and another big sticker that says Laundry Room. I cut those apart too. Once I laid everything out where I wanted them on the signs, I peeled off the backing and put the stickers on the signs.

I put two coats of Mod Podge over the top of the stickers to seal them in place.

Each sign needed some embellishment. I wanted them to all match and have the same look. The house they are going in is a farm house so I wanted to keep with the style too. Twine is one thing that is all over farm house decor so I took that and wrapped around each sign where I thought it was needed. I also glued some pieces of twine to the back to make hanger for the signs.

Here is a closer look at each sign. They each have a different shape to have some interest. I used different vinyl on each one. The twine gives them some texture and also ties them all together. They turned out great. This is a project where you can use any color vinyl or paint you want. You can also use any wall stickers and size of signs you want. These can be made to fit any style and space.

I hope you try this simple project. Please Like, Share, Comment, and Subscribe. Also find me on Instagram and Facebook.

Revelation 7:14 I said to him, “My lord, you know.” And he said to me, “These are the ones who come out of the great tribulation, and they have washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb.

Melissa McGuire

Supplies

Laundry Wall Stickers- Dollar Tree

Signs- Dollar Tree

Mod Podge- Dollar Tree

Twine- Dollar Tree

Vinyl- Target

Surebonder Hot Glue Gun and Hot Glue Sticks- Hobby Lobby

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