May 22, 2013

Shoes Off Please

Since I am a little bit of a germophobe and a clean freak, I really appreciate it when people take their shoes off in my house (not to mention our carpet is almost white...)  But, I HATE asking people to do it if they don't.  When I saw this picture on Pinterest I decided this was definitely going to be done in our new house:

In comes CraftCuts...I used their 4" letters in the thinnest I could get them.  They were already painted white so all I had to do was put them on the wall!  Talk about the easiest project ever!

I got the idea to use hot glue from my aunt, who hot-glues cute wood cutouts on the wall in the kids playroom.  It really stays on well, but will come off (without even touching the paint) with a little force.

 This project LITERALLY took me 5 minutes and I even did it while the baby was awake :)

If you want to do it- now is a great time because Craft Cuts is giving A Few of My Favorite Things readers 10% off by using coupon code HILLS10
 The code is good through the end of June.

You can go check out all the options of lettering at CraftCuts- the possibilities are endless!

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Q @ JAQS said...

What a cute idea! We don't wear shoes in the house either and sometimes it's difficult (uncomfortable) to ask guest to do the same - so something like this would be super helpful :)!

2Momma2 said...

At looks so good! Also great for those first time guest who wonder if you're a shoes-off or shoes-on home!


Mama K said...

LOVE this idea!

Jamie Clark said...

Cute! I love how it turned out!

kelly thompson said...

my sister in law needs this- gonna forward to her now. its a great way to politely say- take off yer dirty shoes!

Heather said...

Seriously!! Just think of all the stuff your shoes walk in! This is a super cute idea.

Candice said...

My that looks like an exceptionally large pair of flip flops! ;)

dijahenry said...

This was a great idea. I'm the same way and would rather people take their shoes off when they come inside my home. Kids have a lot of allergies, you know.

Kylie Helm said...

I never met a project that involved hot glue that I didn't LOVE! This is awesome!!

Kylie @ Absolutely Arkansas