Jen from Girl in the Garage is excited to finally have some wall art hanging in her bedroom. She purchased a couple of original art pieces while visiting Paris last fall and then saw a wire Bonjour sculpture from Anthropologie that would fit beautifully with them. Jen knew she could beat the $48 price tag and made her own version for just $4 using some wire from the craft store. Jen says her wire wall art was so simple to make, and I love how it can easily be customized to any name, word, or phrase!
One of the perks of DIY is the ability to customize an item exactly how you want it. You want dark brown instead of black? You got it! That’s exactly what spurred on the creation of this wall sign by Aimee from The Vintage Estate. Aimee used paint and a contact paper stencil to easily replicate the plaque her client wanted in the exact color she wanted. I gotta say that I love this sweet little sign!
Ann wanted to repurpose old framed art into décor for her bathroom and knew just where to turn – Deb from Lake Girl Paints. Deb took apart the frames and matting and gave the pieces new life as hand-painted word art. Here’s from Deb: “So a fresh recycle will bring trendy style to Ann’s bath. It sure makes you think about old things in a new way.”
After his wife fell in love with a pricey art print, Matt of theDIYvillage set out to create an affordable knock-off of this beautiful wall art for her as a Valentine’s Day Gift. He did it for only $11 using some pine boards and Luan. How’s that for affordable? Matt’s knock-off is so spot-on his wife thought it was the original when he gave it to her!
Pottery Barn’s Noel Wall Art has been one of the most beloved and recreated holiday pieces over the past couple of years. After making one of her own for Christmas, Sarah of Simply Sarah played off the idea to create a piece that could have a home on her shelf throughout the year. The large letters are great for making a statement on a wall or shelf like Sarah’s. Her entire living room is gorgeously decorated, but my eyes were immediately drawn over to the sign.
While hunting for nursery bedding, Décor Chick Emily instead stumbled upon some crossword puzzle wall décor that would make a great addition to the room. Emily created her own Scrabble tile-like letters using high quality pine and her Silhouette machine. I adore how Emily used the puzzle as a way to display the meaning of […Read More]