Happy Wednesday crafty friends. I had a day of PTO that had to get used before I lost it so yesterday I took the day off from work. And what better way to spend a day off than sitting in my craft room with no interruptions (everyone else was at work while I played).
After months of trying to find these switch operated night lights at the Dollar Tree I finally found them in one of my local stores. Much to my hubby's chagrin I bought a dozen or so. But hey, they're only a dollar - right? And for this obsessed crafter it doesn't get much better - well unless it's free. LOL
With night lights in hand I tried to decide what I wanted to create with them, and it really didn't take that long to decide. There were a couple projects I remember seeing in the past and I knew they were ideal for these night lights. But then another idea struck me. Lately I've been seeing these "I'm so fly I Neverland" t-shirts. Well I don't have a heat press - YET - so I can't make shirts but surely I can take that inspiration and turn it into a night light. And that's just what I did.
I took a few pieces from different files for my silhouettes and stars. The verbiage is just a regular font installed with Microsoft Office called Cooper Black.
Using scraps of vinyl I cut everything to size and then just adhere to night light and viola. Now we have a fun night light.
Now I'm off to enter my night light in the following challenges:
DL Art - September Linky Challenge - Ends September 30th
Hiding in My Craft Room - Super Scraps Saturday - Ends September 17th