When I was a young adult, I came across a bath towel set in a catalog and you could customize it to put your initials on it. I remember thinking to myself, “Only the rich have monogramed stuff.”
That may have been the case before. Only truly wealthy people could have such customized stuff, but not anymore!
You don’t have to have loads of money to customize your space. These teal & gold wall art printables I made for you are absolutely FREE!
They are PERFECT for any blue-toned spaces: nursery, living room, bathroom, etc.
You definitely don’t have to HAVE a ton of money to have great quality stuff. I’ve lived many years on only $18k/year and had nice things. I don’t ever want you to feel like you can’t have what you want because you’re limited by money. Money doesn’t limit you, listen…your CREATIVITY limits you!
If you want something, on ANY budget, go out and get it. Make it happen. I used to be homeless. I didn’t sit there and wallow in self-pity…okay, maybe I did. lol. But I did get over that and got out there and made my dream life my reality. Nothing can stop you. Only yourself.
If you want a home that looks fancy and beautiful, do it. It’s your space, your home, your LIFE!!!
You can download and print these gorgeous, professionally made teal & gold monogram wall art set below.
Teal & Gold Monogram Wall Art
These are so simple to print out, and you can do a gazillion things with them.
Hang them on string and print your child’s name across their wall.
Frame an initial and give it as a gift to your mother for Mother’s Day or a friend who’s sick to brighten her day.
Frame your and your husband’s first name initials and hang them in your bedroom above your bed.
Hang your last name initial in your office.
Use them as binder covers and stick one in a clear binder.
Whatever you do with them, you’re sure to love them. I mean, look at them…they’re gorgeous right?!
Print the Teal & Gold Monogram Wall Art set here.
These printables are for personal use only. You may not alter them or redistribute them for monetary gain without written consent from the author, Sarah Titus.