Fun with Postcards
Hello. Hi there! Guess what? I got to use my STAPLE GUN last night! Nothing is more delightful to me. Like Olive, I tend to be frightened by loud noises, but don’t think that stops me from en…
Ours are in a box under the bed. Such a shame to have so many post cards from so many people and places put away where we rarely see them or give them a thought. Wouldn’t it be much cooler to have them out in the open, displayed in some creative way? Here are a few ideas that got us thinking, literally, out of the box: Put them up on the wall. An organized grid will let the separate elements act in cohesion as one large piece.
Tell a story in pictures or simply share your favorite photos in the Black 24-Opening Collage Frame featuring decorative frames to complement your photos.
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Image and text by Gabrielle. I’m writing this from JFK while I wait for my plane to San Francisco. It’s been a wonderful, jam-packed trip to New York full of get togethers and meetings. And I was able to fit in one more meeting this...
10 Tips for Creating a Collected Gallery Wall in Your Home
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Penguin book cover postcards
In celebration of 75 years of publishing, Penguin recently bought out a box of 100 postcards showing some of their more classic book covers from over the years. I thought it would be a nice idea to…
Pretty, Pretty Postcards
Remember back when I painted my room and I said I’d keep you updated on the rest of the decorating process? No? Oh, that’s right. That was way back in September. I’ve been moving …
Decoration Inspiration: 14 DIY Wall Art Projects for Under $100
Getting things up on the walls is something that really makes me feel at home. Even when we lived somewhere very temporary (six months), I hammered nails into the wall and hung some familiar prints. But art isn’t cheap. Here are some unique and beautiful DIY ideas you can accomplish for under $100. 1. This plate display featured by VTWonen makes me want to make a thrift store run for vintage rose plates. 2. How About Orange walks us through this lovely paint chip piece.