Friday, January 14, 2011

Subway Art {free printable} and a winner!

First things first!  
The winner of Celeste's CORE 4 ab program is {according to R.N.G}...



Seriously.  The stars are aligned {even if the earth is wobbly and we all have new astrological signs}.  My friend Lindsay is a new Mama and Random Number Generator couldn't have picked a sweeter girl.

Oh, Lindsay I'm so jealous of you!  Congratulations!  I'll be putting you in contact with Celeste to claim your prize.

{Thanks everyone for entering.  As a side note, if you want to enter giveaways, would you pretty please enable your email address on your blogger profile, or add your email in your comment?! It makes getting in touch with you so much easier.  Thanks so much!}

And another side note, is it really true that we have new astrological signs?  Because apparently I am now a Virgo and a Libra:  Virgo ends on my birthday and Libra starts on my birthday.  What the heck.

I've been cheating on Picnik.  Shhh, don't tell, but sometimes a girl just wants a little bit...more.  Photoshop and I have just been friends for awhile but over the past couple of months it has developed into more than just friends.  We definitely have our fights but in the end we manage to patch things up.  Oh, I still heart picnik don't worry, I just am loving all of the things I've been mastering in Photoshop.  Ok, not mastering, but definitely getting better at.

Subway art is kind of everywhere right now, and it has been perfect for hanging out with my new love.    I made this one to show you my favorite fonts these days.  All of them can be found for free at Dafont except the ld adornment, which is from scrapnfonts. 

I mentioned the other day that I've been working in Young Womens for a couple of months now.  Every year my church picks a new theme for the youth.  This year is the thirteenth article of faith.  So I made this subway art for our girls.  I printed it out at Costco as a 20x30 and headed to Hobby Lobby.  My original plan was to Mod Podge it on a canvas, but I found a 20x30 piece of foam core that was sticky backed.  I think a ray of sunlight broke through the clouds when I found it.  It seriously only took 1 minute to put my print on and it looks awesome!   According to my girl Carra it is "epic"!  

I've gone ahead and uploaded it as an 8x10 so if you right click and save it you should be able to print it out for anyone you know that would need an "epic" print of the thirteenth article of faith.  A few of you asked about my BE one too.  So here's the 8x10 of that also.

{I hope it works.  Let me know if you have issues.}

Have a fab weekend! 



  1. yay! i'm laughing because just this morning while loading the dishwasher instead of walking at the mall, i said this outloud:
    "i really should look up that program jenn was talking about."
    awesome. cheers to me + skinny jeans.
    love, lindsay

  2. ps: loving that printablle for the YW. thanks!

  3. Thanks for sharing. I printed them out all ready. Now just gotta figure out where I wanna put them!

  4. i love your idea with the 13th aof! i may take a similar foam core approach only in your 8x10 size so daisy can keep it on her shelf easily. oh she will LOVE this one! it's also the aof that she recited from the pulpit when she graduated from primary way back when. :) so this year's theme is extra special to us. kudos on your calling. i miss young women's all. the. time. no lie. a piece of my heart is still there, even if the rest of me is in relief society. :) happy sabbath.

  5. This is awesome. I've been tinkering with doing something like this for my house. Great work. Thanks.

  6. I have been thinking about making some of these for my YW and you have done all of the work for me! THANK YOU!!!

    I would love to have you come and link this project up to Fantastic Friday at

    Thanks again!

  7. Jenn have you ever used Adobe Illustrator for your text art? It's SOOO much more font/text friendly than Photoshop. PShop is great for manipulating photos, but then you "place" it in Illustrator and design around it. You can also download tons of free vector art (illustrations) to use. Then when you're done you can either save it as a .pdf or export it to .jpeg, .gif or whatever format you need.

    Can't wait to see what you come up with! Love you!

  8. I don't know what I did wrong, but when I downloaded it and took it to office max to print it, they are kind of blurry?

  9. AnonymousJune 15, 2012

    Have you edited the Be... one to 2012?? I would love it!!!

  10. AnonymousJuly 07, 2013

    Thanks for doing this! It's going to be perfect for some primary activities soon.

  11. These are SO cute! My AD LoVeD the AofF, that happens to be my fav anyways LOL. Thanks so much!


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