Established Decor Elements Projects

Established Decor Elements

Last night we had fun at the Established class.  Nobody wanted to show their face for the pictures I took of their lovely projects. . .  I just love this tray!  Why didn’t I think of a tray?  It’s so fun!

Inspiration Decor Elements

The creator of this frame (can you guess who?) decided to go a step farther with hers and she added three words from the Inspiration Decor Elements.  What a fun idea!

You ladies are so creative!  Thank you for sharing your creativity with all of us!  I will post mine at a later date, once it’s actually hung on the wall.

Have a wonderful Tuesday!


  1. That tray is a great idea! I never would have thought of using that, but it turned out terrific! Its amazing what different projects can be made with the decor elements. What fun! 🙂

  2. Very nice!

  3. The tray is a great idea! Is there some kind of liner, to protect the decoration from condensation/drips/etc.?

    • There is no need for a liner. The condensation/drips should not bother the vinyl. I’ve heard of people putting the Decor Elements on their vehicle and going through the car wash and it still looks good as new. (not sure I’d try the automatic carwash but it’s what I’ve heard.)

  4. Oh My, what wonderful ideas, they are just beautiful. I think I would put glass or even plixi glass to keep the vinyl from fading. First I would put a sealer all around the sides and then put the glass in. This might keep the vinyl from fading and getting wet. What do you think? Sheila

    • Sure, you could do that if you like. I don’t think it’s necessary though. The Vinyl does quite well. I have some Chocolate Chip Vinyl on the front storm door that’s been there 2-3 years now and it’s still very much Chocolate Chip in color and the weather hasn’t hurt it at all.

  5. no one guessed who those people are 🙂

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