A Quick Powder Room Sign with A Whimsical Message

A Quick Powder Room Sign with A Whimsical Message

Having an upcoming party is one sure way to finish all your half done projects. Here is a quick and simple frame with an important =) whimsical message for all our powder room guests!

I began with a small 2X3 frame which I already had. I gave it a quick coat of satin nickel spray paint and cut a piece of fabric to fit the picture opening. The fabric was my inspiration for re-decorating our powder room and I always like to try and find a few coordinating accessories to match. Though like many, my decorating style and taste are always ever changing so I try to re-purpose as many items as I can. {Inexpensive accessorizing – got to love it}

In Microsoft Word, I found a script font that I liked and printed out the words ‘wash hands’ on plain white paper. {I would have been nice and added ‘Please’ but there wasn’t enough room} Centering the glass insert on top of the paper I traced the font with a sharpie marker. {the sharpie simply wipes off the glass with a little spritz of cleaner if you make a mistake or later want to reuse the frame}

Replace the glass into your frame and you have a cute little piece of inexpensive art that matches the rest of your decor.

The Ruffled Wall Art is another inexpensive piece that I made for the room out of crêpe party streamers. You can find the easy tutorial {here} and the Flower Embellishment tutorial {here}.

I’ve been doing a lot of miscellaneous projects the past few days trying to piece things together, so excuse the randomness =) I should be back on track next week. Enjoy!


  1. Such a cute idea! I need to check out that ruffled wall art, I likey a lot!

  2. great inspiring idea.. thanks =)

  3. The glass on top of the paper is COMPLETELY GENIUS! I’m entirely sure I will rip that off at some point in the future. So may I just thank you, in advance, and promise that if I ever post a project using that idea….I’ll credit your brilliance? Gray and yellow are awesome, by the way.

  4. Hi Stephanie Lynn!

    This is Sunny from Life in Rehab. I couldn’t find your email, so I’m leaving you a note here. I’d like to feature you in this Friday’s Top Ten post entitled Top Ten Reasons to Hit the Hardware Store. The project you did that I’d like to use is:


    If for any reason you’d prefer NOT to be included, please just let me know. My email is [email protected], and my blog is

    Thanks for your craftsmanship, creativity, and inspiration!

  5. What a neat idea!! So many great project ideas for our new house!

  6. Such a cute little touch!

  7. What a cute little framed sign. I love the font you chose. You always have such cute ideas.

  8. That’s a really cute idea!


  9. Soooo cute Stephanie!!! I love that fabric!

  10. What a great idea! I thought the writing was vinyl!! I’m so glad it’s not. 🙂 This is so easy and adorable. I love that you can repurpose it whenever you’re ready. Thanks for the great idea!

  11. Super cute!

  12. I love both of these pieces!! You must have the cutest powder room around. Nothing like a party to get you motivated to do some extra projects around the house!
    I’m having my first giveaway. Please stop over if you can!



  13. Just perfect Stephanie Lynn.

  14. So cute!! Love it!!

  15. Cute Cute! Great idea too!!

  16. Love it!! What a great idea. And it is so pretty too!


  17. The ruffles with the yellow flower really blow my skirt up. LOVE IT!


  18. You’re so clever!

  19. Subtle but sweet and your paper on glass technique is definitely top shelf and too clever! YEAH! Pam @ Sallygoodin

  20. Cute! I need to make one for my boy’s bathroom that says, “Flush Toilet”. Ugh! 🙂 Lisa~

  21. Love that! Sometimes you just need a little somethin’, somethin’, right? It looks so cute, love the ruffles too.

  22. Very clever! I’ll have to borrow this idea. ‘hugs’

  23. Oh, that is CUTE! Love it, Stephanie!


    Sheila 🙂

  24. This is a very versatile idea…could use it for almost anything…thanks for the inspiration!!!

  25. This is such a sweet idea. I’ve been redoing the downstairs bath and something like this would just be adorable in there.

    Thank you for sharing!

  26. That is sooooo cute, Steph!! 🙂


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