Pottery Barn Kids Knock Off Nightlight

Make PB knock off nightlights for 1/4 the price! Tried & True for Crafts UnleashedSo you want a customized nightlight but you don’t want to pay $35.00 for it? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! In this post, I’ll show you how to make a nightlight that looks ridiculously similar to the Pottery Barn Kids version but for 1/4 of the price. Inexpensive, easy, and cute? My kind of project!

Pottery Barn Knockoff Customized Nightlight: CompareSupplies need to make customized nightlights:

1. Design your nightlight image. You can do this on your computer (4×4 square should cover the canvas front and sides) and then print it out on a piece of white tissue paper you’ve taped down to a normal printer sheet. Another option, would be to cut a 4×4 square from decorative tissue and just use letter stickers to customize.

Pottery Barn Knockoff Customized Nightlight: Create Art2. Use Zig Squeeze & Roll Jumbo Tip Glue to affix the tissue to the front of canvas. Gently smooth out any bubbles or wrinkles. I highly suggest not applying too much glue because you definitely don’t want to soak the tissue! Repeat on the sides, folding in the corners like you’re wrapping a present. Try not to touch the printed image too much, the ink will smear.

Pottery Barn Knockoff Customized Nightlight: Attaching Art3. Allow to dry completely and then using whatever strong glue you have around, attach to the nightlight clip (see picture below.)

Pottery Barn Knockoff Customized Nightlight: Attaching Canvas

Pottery Barn Knockoff Customized Nightlight: Tried & True for Crafts UnleashedAnd that’s it! Assuming you have some of the more basic supplies (glue, tissue paper, etc), you can make your own customized nightlight for just $8.21. Not bad when you’re looking at $35.00 plus shipping from Pottery Barn Kids!

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About Vanessa

Vanessa is a self proclaimed sleep deprived mother of two adorable boys and when she has a little time to spare, she makes things and posts about them on her craft blog, Tried & True. If she’s not cooking, sewing, gluing or making, she would probably go crazy. Join her on her crafty adventure at gerberadesigns.com/triedandtrue

Comments

  1. This is absolutely adorable! My only concern is it fire safe?

  2. How adorable! What a cute idea, I’ve never seen anything like this! You did a GREAT job making this, looks just as pretty as the Pottery Barn one, and the price is way more reasonable! Very cute!

  3. sharon gullikson says:

    I work for PBK. I’ve never seen that before. It’s adorable.

  4. OMG this is an amazing knock off! i can barely tell the difference!

  5. Sooo cute! Kate is going to want one for sure!

  6. These would make such cute gifts and so affordable!!

  7. Seriously, this is amazing! I love seeing all your ideas on Consumer Crafts.

  8. ADORABLE!!!!! Your knock off is spot on!

  9. June Palasek says:

    This is absolutely awesome – I have many little nieces & nephews what an awesome birthday or Christmas gift. I need to get busy…..
    Thank you for sharing your talent……

  10. I love this! So adorable!

  11. That looks exactly like the Pottery Barn light! Such a fantastic idea.

  12. That is fantastic, Vanessa! What a great idea for a nite lite!!!

  13. Cute alert!!! How fantastic is that…and soooo much cheaper then the original! You are a crafting genius!

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