“Welcome to My Loose Interpretation of Clean” Free Printable (& How to Make Your Own Chalkboard Art)

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If you’re a buddy of mine (or even if you’ve been following my blog for a little while), you’ll know that I’m a terrible housekeeper. Sew some dresses or craft a banner? Sure! Wash pots or mop my floor? Booooooring!

Now that spring is here and I hope to be moving into Our DIY House within the next month (or four?) I want to embark on a nice, deep spring clean of our current garage house.

Will I succeed? I don’t know. I’m going to try, though. Meanwhile, I’ll hang this art in my entrance. It’s very fitting for my “style”:

Welcome to my Loose Interpretation of Clean - Free Printable by The DIY Mommy (and how to make your own chalkboard art!)

Would you like your own chalkboard “Welcome to my loose interpretation of ‘clean'” free printable? Just click here to download your own 8 x 10″ artwork.

I’m a sucker for chalkboard art, and this one was a cinch to make. If you want to try making your own chalkboard sign, simply visit this post over at How to Nest for Less and follow her tutorial. The fonts I used were “Return to Sender”, “Chalk Hand Lettering Shaded”, “Bergamot” (for the dingbats), and “A Song for Jennifer”.

Happy Spring Cleaning, friends!


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