Wednesday, May 30, 2012

"Eyechart" Poster- Free Printable!


If you know me, you know I’m crazy for letters and numbers in any shape or form.  I’ve been shying away from subway art, however, mostly because it seems to be everywhere these days—almost to the point of being over-used. (No offense meant to you wonderful people who have put your own creative stamp on the subway sign trend.) I’m just not a big trend follower, I guess... it’s taken me this long just to make something with burlap! :)
So when I saw this unique eye-chart style poster on a blog a few months ago (sorry, I can’t seem to locate the source… if you know where it’s from, please let me know so I can give its brilliant creator credit!), my interest was piqued.  I decided to create one of my own, using one of my favorite Bible verses: John 3:16. (If there’s something I love doing even more than painting and redoing furniture, it’s graphic design—hey, no messy sanding or brushes to clean up!) J

The result was this neat poster! And for an unlimited time only, I am offering it to all my wonderful blog followers as a FREE .pdf download! The only thing I ask is that you pretty please follow my little blog, then right-click the link below and select "Save Link", and the poster will be 100% yours! (frame not included J)
What do you think? Are you a subway art lover? What quotes would you like to turn into a unique poster?




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9 comments :

  1. THAT IS SO COOL!!!! I love it!! I already follow your lovely little blog, so I downloaded it - so so cute! what a GREAT idea!! (Why can't I ever think of things that creative?! LOL!)

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    1. Haha, very funny, seeing that you are the one who designed this entire lovely blog for me!!! :)

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  2. Found your verse eye chart through a blog you linked up with... anyway just wanted to tell you that I too love to create typographic designs and share it with others (well any graphic design honestly) and I had to agree and chuckle that graphic design is indeed without the fuss of clean up. Though I do like a good old fashion messy diy! I downloaded this print and look forward to sharing it will a friend who I think will greatly appreciate it! Here is one I created in case you might like it: http://mycrayoflife.blogspot.com/2012/04/easter-weekend.html

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    1. Thank you! Love your Easter poster... I love finding beautiful ways to keep Scripture and inspiring quotes around the house!

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  3. That is so cute!!! I LOVE it! What a great way to have scripture up in the home. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Thursday's Temptation.
    Jill

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  4. I think that looks great. You could have scripture in every room.

    Ooooh! It would make a great gift too!

    I tried the subway art--only I did my scripture with a Ransom Note motif-- I know crazy, I used cut out newspaper letters and wrote part of the 23rd Psalm on my mine... It turned out ok. Not great. But I put it in my now office space. after all-- Art is art, right?
    Just for laughs...here's the link
    http://corninmycoffee-pot.blogspot.com/2011/02/do-over-subway-art.html

    via: CaCC party

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  5. Love this! Subway art is so cool!! Thank you for sharing at Uncommon! :)

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  6. New follower from the Two Sasters link party. Love your printables!!!

    Blessings to you!
    Janiene
    http://bishopsfamilysite.blogspot.com/

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  7. I'm a new follower as well. Thank you so much for the awesome printable! Looking forward to keeping up with your sweet blog.

    ~ Erin

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