Easy Peasy DIY Field of Photos per Martha Stewart Living – Unfurl enough wallpaper to cover the backings of a set of inexpensive clip frames, cut paper to fit each, and then use those pieces as mats. Hang up the frames, edges abutting so the wallpaper pattern is aligned.
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I created these 2 framed pictures for a good friends twin’s nursery, and found it was the perfect way to re-purpose some wallpaper samples!
First locate an image you like (i.e. magazines, online, etc.) and pair it with the initials you want to use. Scanning it into the computer makes it easier to play with the scale of the image.
I used Photoshop, but a Word document can be used as well. Using a thicker font makes it easier to cut around the letters, I specified Blackoak STD.
Print out your picture and initials for a stencil. Next, attach it to your wallpaper (I used paperclips to keep the paper in place) and cut around the stencil using scissors or an x-acto knife.
The picture frames were re-used since I found them at an estate sale. I replaced the original picture and kept the creme + baby blue mat.
Michael’s has a great selection of solid colored paper, which is what I used for the navy background that I mounted the design onto.
Tie a bow around it and you have a nice gift for a friend or just yourself!
Don’t live without wallpaper! Incorporate it differently in your space by following this tutorial from Ikea Hackers.
Wallpaper by The Whimsey Chronicles, find it here!
The Whimsey Chronicles Featherleaf Wallpaper in Divinity . . . . determined to be a classic along with the LBD.
Little Black Dresses listed from Left to Right: Carmel Plain Black Dress, Drape Neck Dress with Studs, Puckered Silk Georgette Draped Dress, Black Embellished Cotton Zhora Dress, Zipped Crepe Jersey Dress
A lacquered dining room table and glass pendant will reflect the colorful conversation bound to arise when discussing this new must read, “Clara and Mr. Tiffany.”
1. African Cuff Wallpaper in Agate 2. Granada Lantern 3. Vintage Ivory Lacquered Table 4. “My Garden” Iced Beverage Glassware 5. Rehabilitated Dishware by Sarah Cihat 6. Madeline Chair 7. “Clara and Mr. Tiffany” Novel 8. Octagonal Label 9. Secret Letter Mailing Label