A barn near by my house was about to be torn down, so my awesome friend called me to see if we wanted to go scavenge. I was totally down for that adventure! We found a ton of fun things. But, one thing that was especially great was an old desk filled with old rubber letters. We think they were for printing or dye cutting. I also found rad wood frames, tons of old wood, blue painted wood from the side of the house, and crates.
The desk drawers looked like this. Hundreds of letters.
I wanted to do something fun with them. I started to play around and this is what we came up with.
I used the back of the crates, wood frames, and hot glue to put it all together. It made for some awesome 3D art work on my walls!
I am in love with the end products.
You never know what you might find in an old rusty dirty dusty barn
I have a few of these made into prints that you can download to your computer and print for FREE!
Check those out HERE.
Also I am linking up to East Coast Creative’s linky party.
Check that out!
Need some help with Valentine’s Day?! I sure do! Well, here are some free printable coupons for your man.
Print them at home on card stock. SUPER CUTE AND EASY!
I hope they are helpful!!
Write the man a love note and give him some cute coupons. Make sure he remembers to redeem them. :)
You could even stick this print in a frame and write a different reason each day. That’d be fun
Love letter paper- Click HERE to download and print.
Coupons with ideas already on them. Click HERE to download and print.
Coupons- fill in your own idea. Click HERE to download and print.
Get all romanitcal with your bad self!
When sweet little number 3 came along, I wanted her to be in her own room. I wanted to put the kids who where on the same sleep scheduled in the same room. That way there would be less waking me up! And I felt little Ruby Lou would be safer if she didn’t have a loving sibling trying to give her an extra blanket or stuffed animal. So, my only solution was to put the two oldest in the same room. How do I decorate a boy/girl room without it being too masculine or too famine?! I decided I would start with fabric and go from there. After a fabric hunt I found my base for the room colors. (Which are the drapes) My mom and dad sent down my old bed frames from Washington and I painted them a color from the drapes. And I went from there…
Here are some pictures. I will post more info on the art and other tidbits around the room later. I am doing the reveal first hahaha….
My friend (who has a super cute house and blog, click HERE for The Rooster and The Hen) gave me the idea to paint the beds this teal color, pulled from the drapery fabric.
To see how I painted the beds Click HERE
-The room looked like this before-
-At first I tried to go this route-
It just wasn’t working for me.
So I changed it up!
I took some pictures of my midgets to put up in their room. Bought the shelves from Ikea and painted them yellow. And made some art to put up. They helped me make the “Every freckle on my face is where it’s supposed to be.” quote art work. And they had a blast. I’ll post pictures of that later
(Quote from and India Arie song. Love her songs!)
Now don’t worry, these are not really hanging from the rope. I have earthquake wall hooks on the back, these babes are not going any where! Safety first!!
I made these out silhouettes of plywood and paint that I had in the garage. I watered down my paint and sanded after I painted to give these a distressed look. I added the rope and make the “faux” mustard yellow wall hooks. Pretty dang cute I think!
and I knew my kids would think this was super cool. It is up pretty high so they can’t reach the tacks.
I have been seeing all those cute “Read” signs on Pinterest and wanted to do one similar.
But, I didn’t want it to seem like I was demanding someone to read, lol, so I added the “we love 2″ part.
The heart is from the top of a cardboard box near the letters at Hobby Lobby.
By the way! I do not recommend these Ikea spice racks for book shelves. The books fall off all the time.
The “animal cage” as we like to call it was built by little ol’ me!
I didn’t know what to do with all the stuffed animals my kids have. I had them pick out some to donate, I was sneaky and got rid of a few, but they still had so many.
So I thought up the idea for this bin. I measured they space under the books and made this one morning while my kids where at school. I will share that tutorial soon too.
I love it! And it cost me about $8 or less.
I thought a lot about bedding for this room. That was probably the hardest part. I looked everywhere! I bought a few different things, tried them and sent them back. I ended up going with these from the Land of Nod. They were both on sale for about $25 bucks each. It was my husbands idea to do a blue and a pink. I love how it all came together.
A little while ago I found some awesome free photoshop brushes at www.creaturecomfortsblog.com. I have been wanting to make something fun for my house. I used her arrows brushes, lip brushes, and her ink brushes. They can be found HERE, HERE, and HERE! Check out Creature Comforts blog, it is packed with fun stuff.
These are some fun Valentine’s Day prints I made for my house. And I love to share, so please help your self! These are all 8×10 images.
*These are for personal use only* Do not distributed or sell. If you would like to share them, please link to the post and don’t host the file yourself. Thanks!!*
If you print these at Costco make sure to click “Do Not Auto Correct” before submitting your order. It could mess up the colors in the print.
I have been asked a lot lately how I paint furniture pieces. I depending on the piece or the look I am after I will do a few things differently. But! Overall this is what I do and what I use. My secrets spilled to you.
I just re-did two twin beds I am putting in my son and daughters new shared room. These where mine and my sisters bed when we were little. They were also my great grandparents beds back in the day when a husband and wife actually slept in separate beds. CRAZY! Crazy that people slept in different beds and crazy that these beds are THAT old and still as sturdy and solid. My mom passed these down to me about 2 years ago and I have been hemming and hawing what to do with them since. Well, now that I have a new baby coming and I decided to put the two older kids in the same room, I decided to paint them!
NOTE- Everyone has their own way of painting furniture. This is what I like to do. You will find what works for you through trial and error.
First things first! I usually don’t sand, UNLESS!
Here are my reasons to sand
1. The varnish or paint is already chipping.
2. There are uneven spots or scratches in the wood.
3. If the piece is super glossy. I will go over it a tiny bit with 120 grit sand paper. But, just a little. Lets not tire our selves out too much!
4. I want a distressed finished look with wood showing through; but the piece already has been painted and I don’t want to see that paint. I will then sand certain parts of the piece and create a map as to where those are. I then will sand, paint, sand those spots again, paint again, sand again just on those spots.
I no longer strip or sand entire pieces. I would ONLY do that if I was going to stain a piece.
In this case, I had carved my name in a few places on the bed frame when I was little. (sorry mom and dad)
So I sanded a little in those spots
Another first to think about! Brushes!
I use a foam brush when I am not spraying. A foam brush will help eliminate brush strokes. If I want my piece to look more aged I will use a regular wall brush like when I painted the Blue Hutch. Click on link HERE to check that out.
But, buy some foam brushes! And I also use a product called Flotrol. It comes in an orange bottle, I know there is a pic of it somewhere on my blog. It gets added to your paint to also help your paint flatten out and smooths away brush strokes.
After fixing my little carving mess. I primed. This is usually where I start.
I prime with Gripper Primer. You can have the paint people tint it if you want or buy it in grey or white. I have tried about 4 other brands and this is by far my favorite and what I consider to be the best if you don’t want to sand and want your paint to stick and not chip or scratch off.
I do one coat of primer. See here that it is not perfect coat by any means. The point of sanding or priming is to give your paint something to stick to. All you need a basic coat of primer.
Then I paint a first coat.
And usually a second
Maybe a third if it needs it. But, two usually covers it for me.
Paint! I like to use regular ol’ latex paint from Home Depot or Lowes. Milk paint is really the best stuff you can use, but it’s more pricey and hard to find sometimes. I buy my paint in flat, eggshell, or satin.
I distressed this bed with 120 and 100 sand paper on a sanding block.
Colors in these pictures are totally off, sorry.
How I finish a piece! I almost always use Minwax Finishing Wax. It is easy to use and I like the end result. I find it lasts longer than most of the polyacrylics and polyurethanes I have tried. But, occasionally I use those too. Depends on the look I am trying to achieve. If using a poly-whatever make sure it says does not yellow. Some of them do, pretty quickly and it is really annoying. NOTE! Use water based paint, use a water based top coat – Use oil paint, use oil top coat. Don’t mix and match.
Good luck!! Some of my favorite pieces where total mess ups or experiments. So, be fearless and just go for it!
You can do it
Sand only if you must. Invest in foam brushes. Buy a lovely latex paint in eggshell or satin finish. Prime with Gripper Primer. Paint 1-3 coats of paint. Distress, glaze, or antique after 2nd or 3rd coat. Finish with a wax, polyacrylic, or polyurethane that won’t yellow. Enjoy your hard work and beautiful piece.
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STAY TUNED FOR THE COMPLETE BOY/GIRL SHARED ROOM MAKEOVER. It’s going to be CUTE!
This is probably one of the best things I have ever made. YUMMM!!!!
I got this recipe from a lady I grew up with. It is actually a banana bread recipe, but I changed it up making it into muffins and added berries. I make this banana bread recipe all the time and it is by far my favorite EVER! In muffin form and with the berries it tasted just as amazing. Enjoy!
Banana Berry Muffins
1/2 cup of butter
1 1/4 cup of sugar
2 tsp. vanilla
3 ripe bananas
1 cup of sour cream
2 cups of flour
2 tsp. baking soda
1/2 tsp. salt
1 1/2 cup of frozen mixed berries OR chocolate chips
Cream butter and sugar; add eggs. Stir in liquid ingredients, then dry ingredients. Slowly mix in berries with a spoon. Spray a muffin tin and fill 3/4 of the way full. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-27 minutes.
If wanting to make this into bread. Spray two loaf pans and pour in batter. Bake at 350 degrees for 45-50 minutes.
Can take out the berries and/or add chocolate chips. It’s very very amazing with chocolate chips!!
I had to fight of my kids to take this picture. Haha… it was pretty comical. Hard to see who’s little hand is coming when you have your eye in the camera.
Cook something yummy with your bad self and ENJOY!
OH MY! I just had a thought…lemon glaze or frosting on top….I could die. That would blow my little taste buds minds! I am going to make some more!!!
My back yard was BO-RING! My poor kids were wandering the yard with nothing to do except dig in our garden, which wasn’t working out while we were trying to plant it. So! I told the hubs I was going to build a sand box. He gave me the “Okay…you sure?-you’re 7 months pregnant-how much is required of me to help-face” I think he didn’t really think I would do it…until I showed up with a bunch of wood in the back of my Tahoe one afternoon! hehe…. I’M CRAFTY! (in a few ways, sneaky being one of them )
I know people think I am crazy building a sand box for my kiddos at 7.5 months prego. I know the guy at Home Depot that I commandeered to help my pregnant self, took a few glances at my growing belly, my 2 year old, and 4 year old in tow; and must have thought I was totally nuts. But! I am a doer and you just can’t stop me. muuhuhahaha!!!
Here’s how I built the box o’sand that has made my kids super happy. I hope you can enjoy the smiles this will bring your kids too.
You will need:
3 1″x10″x8′ wood boards – cut 6 pieces to 4 ft each
2 2″x10″x10′ wood boards – cut 2 pieces to 55″ each and the other 2 pieces to 43 1/2″
1 1″x3″x5′ wood board – cut 4 pieces to 15″
A miter saw
A sander to fix rough edges after cutting
Paint and brushes
8 galvanized hinges
2 galvanized handles
exterior screws- two sizes. 2 1/2 inches long and 1 1/4 inches long
and of course SAND!
We bought our sand for $12 – for a half yard at a local nursery that sells “play ground sand.” We used a little more than 1/4 of a yard in our box. So we spent about 7 dollars on sand to fill this bad boy. DON’T BUY THE BAGS AT HOME DEPOT/LOWES~ IT WILL COST A FORTUNE! Call around to local nurseries or places that sell mulch etc. and ask for “PLAY GROUND SAND.” You will spend WAY less moolaa.
Also ladies! If you do not own a truck or don’t have it that day or the wood is just too long for your car OR!! You do not own a saw OR are uncomfortable using a saw ASK SOMEONE IN THE LUMBER DEPARTMENT TO CUT IT FOR YOU! They will do it for free. Bring your measurements with you and tell them what and how you want it cut. One less step for you to do if you want.
AFTER I CUT THE WOOD.
(actually for safety reasons I had my husband cut the wood. My prego belly sticks out too far and made us both a little nervous.)
I then painted it all.
I used a regular latex paint I had laying around. I had looked at stains and outdoor paints, but the man at the counter said that what I had would work great. And we did use this same paint on our chicken coop last year and it has held up great through the Utah winter and summer. I felt good about it and went with it.
The next day I assembled my sand box. I screwed the 4 bottom box pieces together. The 2 2″x10″x10′ wood boards – cut 2 pieces to 55″ each and the other 2 pieces to 43 1/2″. The shorter piece goes inside of the longer pieces. As shown in this picture below. I drilled pilot holes in all of my wood pieces before putting in the screws. This helps to prevent the wood from cracking when drilling the screws in. (Just in-case you are not a wood building specialist)
I drilled three holes evenly spaced along the outside of each of the four corners to connect my box together. I used my 2 1/2 screws here. Now if you didn’t care about the top part, technically you could stop here.
You would have a box to put sand in. Hey, it would cost you less and be super simple. But! Let’s move on to the top piece anyway, that’s the cool part. And really it is not hard!
You can do it!!!!
After the box was screwed together, I then worked on the top boards. Start with three of the six 4ft long boards. Put two hinges on two of the boards.
I did not need to drill pilot holes for these.
Then I flipped those two boards over and screwed in the other two hinges.
Then screwed two of the four 1×3x15″ boards on to the back like in the above picture. Use the 1 1/4 inch screws for this. Only screw that 15inch board to the 3rd board. The 1st board shown in this picture will be the board that gets screwed down to the base/bottom box that you already assembled. The other two pieces need to move freely. (You can see the other hinge hiding on the other side of the boards if you look closely).
It should bend like this when you have finished.
Repeat these same steps with the other three 4ft long boards.
Once you have done that, you are ready to screw the top onto the base. Again, use the 1 1/4 screws for this part.
We laid out both of our three board hinged pieces and attached the two end pieces to the base. We drilled pilot holes and then screwed in 3 screws long the side as shown above. The we drilled another 3 evenly spaced screws along the back of the board as shown below.
LAST STEP! Now add the handles. We screw one on each of the middle boards that the 15inch board is also screwed to. We screwed ours in horizontal, hoping it would be easy for the kids to open. And it is!
Before adding the sand it might be good to lay down some type of breathable fabric to help the sand stay in the box. That’s up to you.
Fill with sand, toys, and miniature people to play. Waalaa. Another Saturday project checked off the list!!
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To all my pregnant sistas out there who are sick as dogs, I say TO YOU, “IT WILL GET BETTER!”
You are laying in bed, near a bowl/toilet, or just feeling green and thinking “shut up lady…”
That is okay, cuz I am here to help you out. I know how it is! I am not one of those idiots who says, (in my annoying know-it-all-whinny-voice) “Oh I just would get up and do what needed to still be done.” GOOD FOR YOU! SHUT YOUR MOUTH LADY! I Have been laying in the fetal position puking my guts out for 5 months now. I am now to a point where I barely even have the will to live! GET OUTTA MY FACE! WHOO there Lynnie….calm down…. hahaha….. Don’t tell me you don’t feel that way about some people and their “advise” HA! Some women….
Well if you are feeling sick like I was, here are a few helpful tips I would like to share with you. I hope at least one of them helps!! I lost 15 pounds in the first 3 months with my first child and lost 11 pounds from 2-5 months of my 3 third pregnancy. And yes both times I took prescribed meds from my baby Doctor. They helped a little, but I am just one of those people that will keep throwing up…stinky.
One of my awesome friends came over one day with grocery bags full of food and tricks that helped her AND she had another awesome friend in-tow with cleaning supplies. They shared some laughs with me, shared tips that helped them cope with sickness during pregnancy, then put me on the couch while they cleaned my whole nasty house.
HAVE A FRIEND OR TWO LIKE THIS! They are rare and I am not sure how I got so lucky. But, I am forever grateful for these two ladies- still makes me cry. Life savers!
So here are some of the tips that go beyond the BRAT diet (Bananas, rice, apples, and toast) or the pills from the doc. These are tips my friend shared with me and some of my own tricks I have discovered over the years I have been popping out kids.
TIPS AND TRICKS TO SURVIVING MORNING/ALL DAY AND NIGHT SICKNESS
1. Lime slushy drinks. Saved my life! I would put about 2 cups of ice in a blender, fill with water about 3/4 of the way up the ice, add 2 table spoons of lime concentrate, a little package of Stevia sweetener (a natural sweetener), and a squirt of a fresh lime if I had one. Blend it all up and slowly suck with a straw. Some days this was all I could handle.
2. Bean burritos. Mostly I would have my husband make these. Just a can of refried beans and a tortilla. Occasionally I would ask for a tiny bit of cheese if I knew I could handle it that day. He would heat up the beans then lay some in a tortilla on the stove, fold up, and brown on two sides. Sounds nasty and might be hard to make your self. But YOU NEED the protein. It will help you not to feel so sick to get some protein in your body.
3. Oils- Peppermint oil and Frankincense oil. These will not take away the nauseousness completely, but they will give you a few mins or more of relief. I would dab these on my wrists, around my nose, jaw line, and temples. I have also heard that rubbing lavender oil on your feet with help your sleep at night, maybe try that if you want.
4. Lemon Popsicle. These helped more toward the end of my sickness phase to help take the edge off some days. Buy the most natural ones you can find with the least amount of sugar.
5. Pebble Ice. Some days all you want to do it chew on ice and can only sip water slowly. On these kinds of days have your hubs go grab a bag of pebble ice from the grocery store. It is usually sold in the back by the butcher. AGAIN- Might not want to go back there and see the raw meat. Have someone pick that up for you.
6. Vitamin B Drops. These are nasty, but! they help a lot. Put a few drops under your tongue and in a few short mins you will get a little bit of nausea relief.
7. Vitamin B6 pills. These also will help you will your energy and nausea.
8. COKE! I really don’t like Coke, but some days when I couldn’t keep even keep water down Coke always seemed to do the trick. Mostly it was Diet Coke that helped me, but I am not recommending that b/c I have heard there are issues with the sweeteners in it that can harm your baby. BE WISE ABOUT WHAT YOU PUT IN YOUR BODY! Moderation my friends.
9. A Baked Potato with just a tiny bit of butter and salt. Not sure why, but this was another staple life saver. It filled me up and I always kept it down. Nice thing too is that IF you’re out and about you can pick one of these up at Wendy’s for like a buck.
10. REST! It can be really hard to sleep when you feel crappy or have little ones that need something in the middle of the night breaking up your rest. Explain to the hubs that you need more help at night so you can feel better and be a better mom during the day. Also ask your doc what you can do. Mine had to proscribe me some meds to help me. I could only take them ONCE a month, but at least I got one night that I actually slept.
11. PHONE HOME! Call your mom, a sister, or a friend ask them to take your kids for an hour or a day or two or more A break will do you so much good mentally and physically. And while they are there helping or your kids are gone JUST SLEEP! Throw up and sleep and watch stupid TV and sleep and read your scriptures, go for a walk or just open a window to get fresh air. which brings me to #12
12. Fresh Air. With my first pregnancy fresh air felt soo nice. And this time I was in my sick part of pregnancy in the middle of winter in Utah. I didn’t want to go outside much cuz it was freezing and I didn’t feel like moving AT ALL. But, opening a window and breathing the cool air seemed to help a lot too. Some times you just need a breath of fresh air.
13. Ask for and Accept Help. I really hate asking for help and accepting it when people offer it. But accept the meals people bring over and say yes when they offer. It will give you or your hubs a break for one night. Even if you are not eating the meal, your family will be happy to have something to eat (after months of you not being able to cook) :) Sometimes it helped me to be able to eat if I didn’t have to cook the food or see or smell it being cooked. :) Let people help you and your family. It is a good thing.
14. Phone a friend again. This can be a mental game, this prego sickness stuff. A game that can be draining on you and your family. Call a friend to talk about things other than your sickness. It can really boost you up even if you aren’t thinking it will help, do it!
15. Have a good cry, then try to cheer-up. Laying in bed and throwing up for months on end can get really hard. So it’s okay to cry. But, be careful not to let your self get too down and out. Talk to your doctor if you can’t seem to pull your self out of a funk. You can get depressed during pregnancy and that doesn’t mean anything is wrong with you. It only means you need a little extra help. You are creating a child and that is a big job to do, don’t feel bad asking for help.
16. Take a bath! Throw some epsom salt in the tub, dim the lights, watch a show on your phone, Ipad, nook, and relax. You deserve it. Take a big glass of ice water with you and don’t get too hot. I used to lay down on my shower floor before I realized I was allowed to take a bath while pregnant. Then I took like 30 baths haha… just relax your tired body.
17. Nausea Bracelets. These may or may not help you. It is worth a try! I have tired TONS of different things. Some helped right away, some helped only once or twice, and some made things worse. But, if you are sick like I was you are willing to try anything that won’t harm your or your babe.
18. Pay it forward. Some time when you are feeling better, or when your children are grown up a bit; help a new mommy to be out. Take her a bag of groceries of tricks/food that helped you. Or take her husband and children a meal. Or! Go clean her house- don’t give her a choice- just push your way in and do it. She will hate it at the moment, but be forever changed and grateful later. ;) Or! Go bring her a meal after her baby is born. Go hold the baby and let her take a shower or a nap. Fold her laundry. Go on a walk together. Invite her out and remind her to get out Tell her your remember what is was like and that you are there for her. Be the friend that you wish you had had when you where there in that stage of life. I hope I am this kind of friend, but am hoping really spread the love and help when I get to another stage of life.
19. Be married to an amazing husband. Or tell him to shape up! Hahaha, you are taking a big one for the team here, I HOPE he is helping you to through it. This is my most important tip. My husband NEVER complained about making me food, cleaning up puke, (sometimes complained out helping out with kids while managing his company- but rarely) OR running to the store for whatever it was I needed that day to help, OR holding me when I sobbed on days that didn’t know if I could do it one more day. I give huge props to my husband for going through this with me and comforting/cheering me on every step of the way. I married a great guy. Talk to your husband, be honest and nice. You both have a lot on your plates and this is a beautiful baby you both helped to make- BE A TEAM. A team that talks nice, is open, helpful, supportive, emphatic, grateful, cheers the other on, and above all MADLY IN LOVE. Your baby needs you and your man to be this kind of team from here on out.
Be careful and smart with your body and your baby. And, take care of YOU mentally and physically. Talk to other people about how sick you are feeling. Talk to your doctor and ask for tips or medicine if you are at that point. Be open with your spouse about all your feelings and pains. Hopefully he will support and console you. If not tell him is has to OR call his mama on him lol, I’ve never done that, probably won’t make things better (but it’s funny to joke about). And remember!! This too shall pass. It may feel like it won’t but try your best to remember it will. I promise
One last thing, don’t worry about being crafty with your hands right now. (Unless you need something to do while to lay in bed feeling like poo, chances are you just need to lay there and not do a thing though). Don’t worry about a dang thing besides your handsome husband, beautiful kids, and the sweet baby you have growing inside of you. Those are the ONLY things that matter. And YOU are the only thing that matters to them. YOU ARE LOVED AND DOING SOMETHING ABSOLUTELY AMAZING! Try to enjoy this baby or look forward to the days to come when you can enjoy being pregnant and/or holding this precious baby.
MEET MISS RUBY LOU
I had the babe! She was worth all the hard moments, hours, days, weeks, months She is absolutely beautiful! Thank you for all your comments. It makes my day to know that this MIGHT be helpful for those of you out there going through this same thing Every time a new comment comes in I get so exctied! I show my husband, sometimes I shed a little tear, and sometimes I do a happy dance. Thanks for leaving me comments. I love love love them. You are amazing.
Much love!- Lynn
I made these fun USA and I (Heart) U plaques the same way I did the BOO Plaques I made a few years ago. I made the I HEART U one for my soon to be baby girls room. (Pictures of her room to come!)
Tutorial can be found HERE for how I made these.
I used my Cricut to cut out the stencils for the letters.
I hope you have fun this 4th! FYI the Fourth of July is like a party every night in Utah FIREWORKS!!! YAY!
Come and get ‘em while they are FREE!! I won’t have these free for too long, so download them quick!
I designed these with the help of my amazing husband. One of my favorite friend wanted to put some fun prints in her little boys room. She is building a new house AND I LOVE to help my buddies make their house feel like home! I know how important it is to make a space feel like it’s yours. And, I love the fact that her little boy knows all the scientific names for dinosaurs. Like, he’s pretty much a dinosaur name saying prodigy at age 3! I can’t even say these names that roll off his tongue with little effort. I HAD to make this rad kid some dino art for his room! HE LOVES DINOSAURS!
So, you will benefit from his love of dino’s today. Here are the sweet prints I made for him.
These are all 11×14 prints with the exception of the full bodied dino, that one is 16×20. You might be able to print these smaller on Costco.com or something, but they might ask you to crop them, FYI. But, print them big! Print Big OR GO HOME! LOL!
ALSO! When printing any of my prints, to get the BEST quality- Please upload them full resolution and if printing at Costco make sure to click “DO NOT Auto Correct image” It could mess up the colors of your print.
The links below each picture will take you to Box.net where you can download these to your home computer for free and without hassle.
Have fun with these! I hope your little man (if your printing them for him) loves them!