Make It Your Own

March 16, 2010 at 1:20 am Leave a comment

We know how amazing and beautiful the Uppercase Living designs in our Idea Catalogs are.  Choosing any one of them can make your space or a special gift or occasion pop with personality.  But sometimes adding some customizing to a UL Exclusive™ Expression adds an even more personal touch and gives it that extra “wow” factor. To illustrate my point, UL’s Cari Creighton (concept artist and creative guru extraordinaire) customized some expressions that were not originally intended to be customized.  Check these out!

Here is a simple love expression that is beautifully enhanced by adding the personalization element.

What teenage athlete isn’t proud to display their name and number wherever they can? This awesome expression was just made even more awesome in your football player’s eyes!

Here we have the ultra-popular Dandelion Dance expression, combined with a beautiful saying created in the MyDesign Suite. (Keep in mind that this is what this design would look like after you put it on the wall; not what it looks like in MyDesign Suite. Dandelion Dance is a theme pack, so you’ll place the seedlings in whatever pattern you want when you actually apply it).

Now this is just plain fun. You can easily pull this expression into the MyDesign Suite, add a custom expression with your child’s name, match the colors of his room…and voila! So cute!

And then a little something for yourself. This just makes you want to step inside Karen’s craft room, doesn’t it?

The sky is truly the limit with MyDesign Suite. Be as creative as you want to be, and don’t be afraid to try new and even weird or funky things. You might be surprised at what MyDesign Suite can help you create!


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