Leslie from House on the Way says she was just about giddy when her Pottery Barn Christmas catalog arrived in the mail. She couldn’t wait to see what inspiration the pages held and was immediately struck by a Christmas tree design created with picture frames. Leslie decided to create her own by adding frames to […Read More]
You might be surprised that the box from this morning’s bowl of cereal could become wall décor that rivals that of Pottery Barn. Just check out this burlap mat that Melissa from Redfly Creations created from cardboard. A spray painted secondhand frame makes this project all the more thrifty!
Beth from B & B Build A Life has a love for chevron and wanted to bring life to her drab cubicle with the bold pattern. She didn’t want to spend much and was able to create a painted chevron frame for only about $5. Beth says, “It was so easy, I actually did it while watching TV!”
Over the years, Elaine from Creating Wonderful Spaces had collected a few decorative wall letters at bargain prices. When she saw a gallery wall layout from Pottery Barn with a letter theme, she knew it was the perfect inspiration for her own wall. She hit up the Goodwill for cheap frames and was able to […Read More]
A family gallery wall is something that has long been on my to-do someday list. Like Laura from Inspiration for Moms, I love the happiness and joy they reflect. They can be a huge undertaking though with the tasks of deciding on a layout, frames, and photos and getting all those nails perfectly placed. Laura […Read More]
Heather from Shades of Tangerine was inspired by all of the beautiful lanterns she has seen in stores this summer to make her own outdoor hanging lantern. The project was made simple (and inexpensive!) by using picture frames from the dollar store. Of course these lanterns would be lovely for an outdoor wedding reception as […Read More]
Brook from Being Brook wanted a creative way to display pictures in her living room. Ana White’s ten dollar shelves were the perfect solution! The small lip on the front keeps pictures from falling off the shelf. This is especially helpful when your kiddos run in the back door and slam it closed behind them […Read More]