Happy Tuesday， lovelies! I'm so excited to share today's post with you —； our collaboration with Jen of Something Turquoise went so well last time that we decided to team up again for another fun printable DIY for you!
This time the challenge was creating some cute signage to go along with bathroom emergency kits. In case you don't know what a bathroom emergency kit is， allow me to explain.？It's common for couples to create bathroom baskets to place in the restrooms at their？wedding reception in case the？guests need something to freshen up and keep them feeling great throughout the celebration! Jen included a great Bathroom Emergency Kit list over on her blog， so check it out to see options of what to put inside.pillow covers farmhouse
For this projectaccent pillow case baby home and living， Jen wrote the cutest poem to include on the signage for the emergency kits， and I created three different design options for you to choose from —； themed with girly， rustic or modern looks —； so you can choose which one works best with your wedding theme. I've made these files each 5×；7 size so you can fit them in any standard size frame. Each printable file includes 2 designs per page， so you can have one for the men's and women's restrooms.？You can download each of these designs as PDFs below and print them out on paper of your choice!
This girly design？was created to be used with a glass apothecary style jar. Print on the color paper of your choice and choose a frame and voila! You're all set!
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This？rustic design was created to use in a frame？tin boxes —； there are also a “his” and “hers” printable for the front of each kit. Too cute， right？
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Finally，？a simple modern design？for a？bathroom emergency kit. Frame this file in a simple frame of your choice and use a plain white box for a chic， modern look!
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Once you've downloaded your free printables， head on over to Something Turquoise to see the full looks， as well as suggestions for what to put in your emergency kits. Hope you enjoyed this fun collaboration!
When a new school year starts, the air is ripe with possibilities. It’s also ripe with papers, backpacks, school supplies, permission slips, lunch boxes, tennis shoes, and sports equipment. And it seems like no matter how many times you say, “Hang up your coat” or “Put away your backpack,” your entryway or mudroom will indefinitely become a drop zone for whatever comes in the door. Which is why it’s so important to put some thought into this space, so when school starts, you’re ready to tackle the busy days without having to worry about your home will take a beating.
Well I think it’s time for another Saturday Snapshots post… I always mean to share these once a week but never seem to prioritize the time to sit down and write up the post.