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Finally, I Present...LOVE

I know you guys have been anxiosly awaiting my own rendering of the LOVE wall art I referenced in my Sex and the City post a while back (anyone???..well a girl can hope...) If you don't remember and chances are you don't, I said I was going to take a stab at creating my own verson of this wall hanging. I finally finished it up this weekend and here it is!

Here's the original, my inspiration, my muse...

Here's my version...I hung it in my bathroom - loving it!


Here's what I used:
The base/foundation is a 11 x 17 black plastic frame with a glass top
I bought scrapbook paper in the blue and put it under the glass top
Blew up the letters from the original Love and traced them onto scrapbook paper and glued on top of the glass
Used scrapbook paper around the edges
The rest are rub-ons and scrapbook embellishments!


  1. that is gorgeous! I can't believe you made this, I could never do that! way to go, girl!

  2. Look at YOU fancypants!

    I love it!

    please, dish what you used!

  3. Again, love this!

    P.s. You've been TAGGED on my blog!

  4. This is GORGEOUS!!! Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting. I love your blog and am adding it to my reader immediately!

  5. I "LOVE" this! I like yours better than the original. I also love your blog! So glad you found me:-) Thanks for the awesome comment on my blog. You made my day:-)

    I'm following you now so I won't miss a thing. Hope you have a wonderful day!

  6. i love it! wanna make another and sell it to me? i'm not kidding...

  7. Fabulous!! I'm sure it's even better close up. Very creative.

  8. I love the letters, especially the pink and black

  9. You did such a great job!!! So impressed!

  10. wowzas, how about you make me one and i pay you haha... i wish i could pull that off!

  11. oh my gosh! i LOVE your sign! you are so creative to take your inspiration and make it yourself! i am also a fellow lover of the michael patrick king commentary version. You should make these as christmas gifts!

  12. I do remember your original post! I love your creation! Fabulous job!

  13. Oh My Gosh!!!! I LOVE this! I just found your blog and am just loving how crafty you are...
    If you ever decide to sell these things, let me know. I would buy one in a heartbeat.


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