I have been putting a little TLC into sprucing up my kid’s playroom. You know…so it is is more than just a room that threw up Legos and Barbies. My sister-in-law actually wanted me to make her the oversized Pottery Barn Kids vintage flashcards for her playroom. I did that this summer and had to make them for our playroom as well. I love the clean look and how large they are – which covers a lot of wall on the cheap.
Laura is back with a fantastic project featuring new and old yardsticks. The more I get to know Laura the more I realize how much we have in common. A love of new and found objects in our home is definitely one of them. She created this unique deer silhouette art piece out our yardsticks. Isn’t it awesome? And you could totally do this with any shape – a letter, heart, star, pumpkin, Christmas tree, etc. And she is here to give us a play by play.
Hi friends! It’s Destiny from A Place for Us Blog and I’m back today showing you a fun DIY project I recently made for my office gallery wall. I didn’t even know what I wanted to call it at first, but Studded Wall Love seamed appropriate. When it comes to crafting I’m all about easy and this project falls right into that category:
I am going to show you the little gallery wall I made in my studio. I will admit gallery walls seem very intimidating. Do you go for the same color frame? Do you have all different kinds of frames? Do you try and vary the color in your frames or stick with a scheme? How do you add personal pieces but still make it look cohesive? How do you space them just so? How do you make it look put together but eclectic?
Learn how to make this illuminated deer art from the talented girls at East Coast Creative. It is a knock-off of a European art piece Monica saw on her 8-day trip with her husband.
I have seen some vintage dish and plate flowers on Pinterest and thought making my own from some inexpensive Dollar Tree glassware and Deco Art glass paint would add a pop of pizazz to my yard. These are so easy to make and it is really hard to screw it up. You don’t need to have painting experience to make this garden art. Just a few swooshes with a paint brush and some glue and you are all set.