In my quest to make out library/guest room more welcoming I noticed on Pinterest that a lot of people were welcoming visitors by making a home wifi code sign so that the internet could be easily accessed and used. I  definitely didn’t want something too functional looking though as it had to blend in with the decor already in the room.

Using a holiday photo I added text to make a home wifi code sign
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I have a huge digital library of thousands of holiday photos so I though it would be really nice to use one of those.

During selection it became obvious that the choice for the home wifi code sign had to be an image that wasn’t too busy and that text would show up well against.  That pretty much meant that it needed to be a landscape. It took a while but you can see what I came up with below (excuse the pixelated code, I didn’t really want to broadcast that!).

 

Using a holiday photo I added text to make a home wifi code sign
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I used PicMonkey to add the text. PicMonkey is a free on-line graphics software, (with a sense of humour, you have to try it!) to make the graphic. It simply involved choosing a font and settling on a text colour that stood out well enough on the home wifi code sign to be seen.

The finished, framed home wifi code sign in pride of place in our guest bedroom
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Now onto my next dilemma, what colour to paint the walls!

Four different navy blue(ish) paint samples on the wall whilst I try to decide which to use.
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