I SPY! Salt & Paper

I must admit, it’s been a long week. I am so happy it’s Friday! AND, it’s supposed to be super sunny and warm here in Portland…it has all the makings of a potentially perfect summer weekend. I have two little crafts I’m tackling, a bestie’s BBQ, and I get to see my cousin and her adorable baby. Heck yes.

Alright, back to my little I SPY! feature for today. Salt & Paper has created the most darling printables for nursery and home. They are fresh and fun and super reasonably priced. And, you can personalize the colors so they perfectly match your room. LOVE! Here are a few of my favorites…

How are these customizable? There are a number of color options already available in each prrint, OR you can use your cursor to choose exactly the colors and saturation you want for each element of the design. After you select your design and color, you may purchase the PDF and print it out at home or at a local Kinko’s or print shop for exceptional print quality.

And, my most favorite element of Salt and Paper is the personalized prints you can create in literally just a few minutes like these…

What a wonderful and personal baby gift, don’t you think? Can’t you just perfectly picture this hanging in a little baby boy’s room?

There are SO many more designs and prints and color options on Salt and Paper’s site – go visit, play with the colors, purchase and print. Talk about instant gratification…and art!

Cheers to a fabulous weekend, friends:).

2 thoughts on “I SPY! Salt & Paper

  1. Mindy Said:

    Oh I love these. What a fun idea. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Lynn Seaton Said:

    Hello– Love the blog!! I’m a photographer who also restores old homes for rental. I always make our rentasl a bit different with something neat about them. Thanks for a great place to go for ideas.

    Reply

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