When I started my Budget-Friendly Laundry Room Makeover， I saved money by creating my own wall art. This Printable Laundry Symbols Wall Art is perfect! I’；ve always loved the look of a laundry symbol chart. I decided to add the classic simple style in black &； white， along with a couple of fun quotes.
Have you seen my laundry room makeover yet？？It’；s my favorite room in the house and this printable was inspired by？the overall design I was going for.cheap throw pillow covers
Making your？own wall art isn’；t as daunting as you think. I usually use PicMonkey， which is freecheap throw pillow covers， unless you upgrade. I found the graphics from The Hungry JPEG and got busy. It only took me about an hour to complete.
Because I wanted it larger than something I could print at home， I ordered it from Costco as a photo in a 12 x 18 size. Brilliant， right？
I used the Nacksta 4 piece hanger from IKEA to hang it but only used it for one item， instead of 4 as shown. (I couldn’；t find it on their website， but I just purchased it， so if you have one nearby， try it. Otherwise， try Amazon or eBay)
I thought the hanger style was perfect for a laundry room. You could also use a regular wire hanger with two clothespins.
See below how to access and receive your free printable laundry symbols wall art!
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You can hang it， or frame it! It’；s completely up to you on how you want to use this!
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