This Let it Snow print looks like a chalkboard. it measures 24″ x 36″ and can be printed as an engineering print at your local copy center for about $5! It makes a big statement that is perfect for your home all winter!
As long as you love me so . . . ! Who’s ready for for some snow? Here in Pennsylvania, we haven’t really had a good snow this winter! My boots are ready and waiting by the front door, and I’ve got some cute mittens and hat to wear! But, no snow!
A Snow Story
When the boys were young, it seemed like we got more snow here and they loved it! All of the neighborhood kids would be outdoors sledding all day! One such wintry day the boys happily left the house to go sledding. A few hours later there was a knock at my door! It was my neighbor, out of breath because she had run uphill to my house! She told me there had been an accident, and Caleb had his front teeth knocked out! Yikes! So, I ran out the door and down to the sledding hill!
There was bright red blood staining the white snow, but Caleb seemed to be okay. I looked in his mouth and saw that his two front teeth had been broken off at an jagged angle and not completely knocked out, which is way better! I got him home, called the pediatric dentist, and got him in right away! The dentist worked some dentistry magic, and we left the office with Caleb’s teeth looking like nothing had ever happened! I think about that day each winter – especially when it snows! It’s one of those family stories that, at the time, was scary for this mom, but over the years has turned into a memory that we all laugh about!
how to frame this chalkboard print
This Let it Snow print has the look of a chalkboard. I designed it as a 24″ x 36″ print that can be printed at your local Office Max or Staples as a black and white engineering print for about $5! I like to frame prints like this one without glass because it looks more like a painted sign or chalkboard without the glass! And, I’ve shared HERE how to make a chalkboard print look even more like a real chalkboard! A great place to get a simple wood frame is Hobby Lobby. THIS would be a good choice. And, to make the paper print more sturdy for framing, I use spray adhesive to attach it to a piece of foam core board, which you also pick up at Hobby Lobby or another craft store.
Whether or not snow is in the forecast where you live, the sentiment of this print also makes it great for the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday! And, a sign or chalkboard is a great option for an entryway like I have it styled in my home!
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Here are some other ideas for Valentine’s Day