DIY Bathroom Decor

September 4, 2014

By: Tasha Agruso

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Last Updated on March 3, 2022

Hello!  Hopefully you have already seen my recently revealed powder room reveal.  If you have, you already know that it is full of DIY bathroom decor.  What you may not already know is how thrifty and easy that DIY bathroom decor is to make for yourself.  Well, today, I am going to show you how I these graphic images for our powder room for less than $10!  This post contains some affiliate links.  You can read my full disclosure policy here.  

FABULOUS! Love this DIY bathroom decor! Full tutorial by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body! #BathroomArt  D.I.Y. Bathroom Decor Tutorial

Materials Needed:


1) The first step is to open the Silhouette Studio program and load your image.  I found both of my images for free online and traced them using the trace function.  You don't even have to do that!  I am happy to share my Silhouette files with you!  You can find links to them at the end of the post {you will need to have Silhouette Studio installed on your computer to view them}!  Note that my designs were roughly 9 x 11 inches–you may need to resize yours depending on the size of your frames.

FABULOUS! Love this DIY bathroom decor! Full tutorial by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body! #BathroomArt

2) Load your vinyl and let the amazing Silhouette CAMEO do the cutting.  I still marvel at this machine every time I use it.  I wish I had purchased one YEARS ago.  The Silhouette CAMEO is easy to use and there are loads of helpful YouTube videos you can watch to help you along the way, like this video on how to create a project with Silhouette Premium Vinyl.

3) When the cutting magic is done, “weed” out your design by peeling away the vinyl that is not part of your design.

FABULOUS! Love this DIY bathroom decor! Full tutorial by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body! #BathroomArt

4)  Cut your brown paper to a size that will fit your frames.

5) Use your Silhouette transfer paper to transfer your design on to the brown paper.

FABULOUS! Love this DIY bathroom decor! Full tutorial by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body! #BathroomArt

6) Pop them in your frames, hang them up and ENJOY!

I just love the way these turned out.  I really wanted some graphic, contemporary art for our powder room, and thanks to my Silhouette CAMEO I was able to make exactly what I wanted for very little money!  Gotta love that!

What do you think?  Don't you love how customizable it is?  You could use any color paper, any color vinyl–the options are endless!

Download the faucet file here

Download the hand washing file here


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FABULOUS! Love this DIY bathroom decor! Full tutorial by Designer Trapped in a Lawyer's Body! #BathroomArt

Disclosure: I am excited to partner with Silhouette to bring you reviews and inspiration. While I did receive product from Silhouette, all opinions, thoughts and ideas are 100% my own.


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  1. Donna says:

    Really cute!! I love your project!

    Something you may want to consider when you offer future files is that some folks don’t have version 3…..they didn’t upgrade to version 3. When you save your files in Silhouette Studio for version 2, click File/SaveAs/Save as Legacy(V2). …at least this is the way I save V2 files on a PC.

    Looking forward to checking out more of your Silhouette projects and tutorials! I also pinned this project.

  2. Melanie says:

    These are super cute Tasha! Pinned!

  3. chris aka monkey says:

    me too leslie……. maybe santa is listening…….. i love your graphics on the brown paper tasha and i truly want a cameo worse than i covet your owl haha xx

  4. Glenna @ My Paper Craze says:

    Super cute idea! So glad you’re enjoying your Cameo.

  5. Leslie says:

    I want a Silhouette so bad!! This is making it worse, haha. These are so cute!

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