Jen from Tatertots and Jello featured this spring butterfly wreath made by her dear little sis, Ashley. To make the wreath, Ashley simply covered a grapevine wreath with moss and then attached the butterflies with wire. She tied a large ribbon at the top and then hung it on her door to spread spring cheer. […Read More]
Nicole from ART+POLITICS+Life was inspired by the work of Paul Villinski to make her own stunning wall mural for less than $20 using vinyl, a hand drawn stencil, and scissors. Nicole says, “It’s actually very simple and completely removable if you decide to redecorate. This project is perfect for dorm rooms or any other room that needs a statement piece.”
A white floral jingle bell wreath caught the eye of Virginia from LiveLoveDIY back before Christmas. Even with the arrival of spring, Virginia hasn’t been able to get the wreath out of her mind. Well, she can finally stop ogling its picture since Virginia now has her own rendition, a much “sassier” spring version that flaunts tons of white blooms with glass pearls, green glitter butterflies, and mini disco balls for extra pizzazz!
Your children’s artwork can become some of the most prized décor in your home. This is true of Lisa at A Room with A View who simply adores two butterfly wall canvases created by her daughters. After being inspired by a greeting card decorated with butterflies that appeared somewhat translucent and ethereal, Lisa requested that […Read More]
Laura from Live.Laugh.Photograph added some whimsy to her daughter’s room with these patterned butterfly cutouts. She simply printed the images on cardstock, distressed the edges, and added a coat of sealer. She then folded the wings slightly to give the three dimensional effect and used glue dots to adhere them to the wall. This is […Read More]