Sunday, March 30, 2008

My new job with Phraseworthy

I have started a new job with Phraseworthy so I wanted to tell you about it. Phraseworthy is a company based out of Washington that prints vinyl lettering. I will be working as a distributor for the company which means I will take orders from my Texas friends and send it up north to be printed and mailed back to you. I posted a picture of what I did with it in my living room. You can also visit the Phraseworthy blog to see other ideas. Let me know if you would like to place an order or email me ( if I can answer any questions.


Liss and MOMMY said...

Can you put the phrases on textured semi-gloss walls? I bought a phrase at Lowes, cut it out and then read were I can't put it on my walls. My next question is, Do you come and put them on our walls for us?
I loved your wall.

Procters said...

Too cute!! We have the same style of decor. One of the things I remember about your dorm room is that you had Hebrews 11:1 framed on your wall. It is neat how that scripture has become the theme of your life no matter where you are or how old you are.

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Lea got one of these the other day. It now says, "Love one another" in our kitchen.

I was pushing for the one that said, "better to live in the desert than in a home with a nagging wife!"

Just teasing people!

Mommysmart said...


You can put this vinyl on semi-gloss paint. It takes a bit more "rubbing", but it will adhere. I bet that I could help you put it up (since you aren't that far away), but I am probably not the best help. Mine was pretty easy to apply (I did it alone - no kids around).


That has been my fav scripture for as long as I can remember. Funny that you remember that.


You are a blessed man that you don't have one of those nagging wives. Rocky is very blessed, too, and I remind him.......often.

Stephanie said...

cool...I would love to look at things if you have a website or it...steph

Happy Mama said...

I don't know if you remember me, but I saw you on Cherise's blog. I went to LCU and I always thought you were just the sweetest person- It looks like you are just doing great and are very blessed with a beautiful family. I just wanted to say hi! I'd love to keep up- God Bless,
Melanie (Partain) Hill

Maxine said...

Best wishes on your new job, Monica. Looks like an interesting concept.