HymnsAndHome

vintage finds + printables

St Louis, Missouri

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Last updated on Mar 25, 2021

Welcome to Hymns & Home!
Thank you so much for stopping by. If you'd like Etsy to notify you of my new listings, please favorite my shop! I hope you find something you love!
Follow along at www.hymnsandhome.com

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About HymnsAndHome

Sales 61
On Etsy since 2020

Hymns & Home

The name of this shop (as well as the blog) reflects two major parts of my identity: a professional church musician and a stay-at-home mom, wife, and homemaker.

I enjoy using vintage and thrifted decor in our fixer-upper house, breathing new life into old pieces, and blogging about it. My goal is to bring that timeless mix of old and new to you through printables and vintage finds.

I truly believe you can create a home you love no matter where you live.

Thanks so much for visiting! Follow along at www.hymnsandhome.com

Shop members

  • Melissa

    Owner

    Blogger | Wife & Mom | Musician | Saved by Grace | Vintage & thrifted in our fixer-upper | Mixing old & new for a timeless style

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Last updated on Jun 18, 2020
Frequently asked questions
How do you recommend printing 11x14 or smaller?

You can certainly print them on your home printer if it will print high quality images and accommodate the size paper you need. Otherwise, for prints 11x14" or smaller, I recommend printing at an office supply store. I had mine printed on 110lb white card stock at Office Depot and was very pleased with the results. This is the most cost efficient way I've found to have these printed.

Make sure they are going to print at the correct size (in terms of inches) when you place your order. Once printed, simply trim them to fit. I had mine printed on Ledger (11x17") card stock, then simply trimmed 1.5" off both the top and bottom to fit my 11x14" frames.

How do you recommend printing 16x20" or larger?

For prints 16x20" or larger, you can still use an office supply store, but you will most likely be charged for a poster. I've heard good things about shortrunposters.com (but haven't tried them). Otherwise, Walgreens, Costco, or any place that does large prints will work. Make sure you search online for a coupon!

For a while the money-saving trend was to have 16x20s printed on blueprint paper at places like Staples, but in recent years those stores have caught on and will not print these types of images at such a large size without charging you for a poster. It may vary by location, however, so it's worth checking, as it will save you money.