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I’m so stinking excited guys! You know I love me some Vinyl.

and you know I love me some awesome bloggers

and of course throw in tons of creativity…

and you have yourself VINYL PALOOZA!!!

vinyl palooza

20 AMAAAAAZING bloggers….(okay..19 and me.) have been paired up with tons of Expressions Vinyl to give you so much fun inspiration to get your vinyl creative juices flowing! Each day I will be linking up all the fun projects!

and to top it all off…we have AN AMAZING GIVEAWAY –cause what’s a palooza without free stuff!!!

you could get a $100 gift card to  expressions vinyl and the most awesome ebook…the Ultimate Silhouette Guide! {Enter below!!! }

Vinyl Palooza winner prize

And today…I’m up with a fun apron rack…totally prettified with vinyl! easy diy apron rack with expressions vinyl

I scored some amazing knobs at hobby lobby (#knobheaven) and cut a piece of wood (they cut wood at home depot ) and you could totally customize it to the size of the spot you are going to hang it.  knobs and wood for apron rack I stained it…(and later painted it white for a distressed look) then measured out even spaces and used a drill to pop holes into to make it easy to screw the knobs in!) drill in holes (I used regular white paint and then sanded to get the stain to pop through!)

Then designed what I wanted my vinyl to say!

(and of course..couldn’t decide so i asked on facebook…and the winner was A! 10665134_787805597924153_7425255291781583224_n
I cut it out on my silhouette cameo

expressions vinyl cut out and weeded (pulled away all the extra vinyl that is not part of the design! ) weed away the extra vinyl Then you take a piece of transfer tape and lay it over the vinyl and rub it so it has really stuck to it. Peel up the corner of the transfer tape and the whole design should be stuck to the transfer tape (this makes it so you don’t have to peel and stick each individual letter!)  transfer tape

Then take the transfer tape, hover above the project and get it all lined up and then lay it done. and then another good rub! Take the corner of the transfer tape and peel it up…The vinyl should be stuck to the project (if parts of it comes up with the transfer tape you can just lay it back down and rub it again!)  peel up the transfer tape

I used THIS kind of vinyl (which is permanent…and is a bit more glossy than the removable…and that makes a wicked glare on it for photos!!!

hobby lobby knob apron rack

kitchen apron rack with hobby lobby knobs alright…enter to win and stay tuned for more vinyl goodness coming your way!

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About Kimbo

Kimbo blogs at A girl and a glue gun--where she puts her hot glue gun to good use (as well as her vinyl cutter and sewing machine) She loves all crafts and is thrifty (the nice way to say she's cheap) So she is constantly trying to come up with fast and easy projects that won't break the bank! She lives in Idaho with her hot husband and 3 kiddos.