Friday, February 27, 2015

Easy Peasy Scrapbook Paper Art


Happy Friday everyone! We made it through another week! I can't wait for the weekend, even though it's going to be a very busy one.

Today I want to share one of the easiest and cheapest ways to add interest to a blank wall. Scrapbook paper art!

These are so simple to make and I can't believe it took me this long to think of it. One day while browsing Joann's I found some scrapbook paper that was sooooo pretty. The only problem was, I had no idea what I could do with it!

Then I got to thinking, I had this empty picture frame laying around...


So I cut out my paper to the same size as the opening of the mat...


And realized that I cut it too small--whoops!!

Not to fear though, I knew the perfect fix that didn't involve me driving back to the store and starting over.

I cut some pieces of coordinating ribbon that I had laying around and taped it on to create a border.



And just like that, my "whoops" turned into a good thing because the ribbon took it from okay to purdy :)


I hung it in our guest bathroom.



So simple, right? An outsider would never guess that this is just some paper and ribbon in a frame, it looks like I got this from Homegoods for at least $15.

Keeping it short and sweet today peeps, I hope everyone has a fantastic weekend and I'll be back next week to share the progress on our floating shelves that I mentioned on Monday. Maybe even the big reveal if I'm feeling really ambitious?? :0

Linking up to these awesome parties!


10 comments:

  1. So pretty! I love the colour and the white frame and mat makes it look even better!

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  2. I really like this. I did this once and mt husband asked if that was all...yup.

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  3. The border so makes your lovely art piece! I've been wondering what I wanted to hang in my craft room and now i know. I also like that I can easily (and inexpensively change it out in the future). Thanks for sharing at the This Is How We Roll Link Party on Organized 31.

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    1. Thank you and thanks for hosting! I think these would be way awesome in a craft room :)

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  4. How nice! We always have spare picture frames lying around - I'll have to suggest we put them to good use :).

    - Linking over from weekend blog party

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    1. Thanks for stopping by! You already have the most expensive part, the paper is cheap so that's great! :)

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  5. What a perfect piece of art! It's a great way to add color for a minimal cost. Thanks for sharing! #tttparty

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I appreciate all of your wonderful comments :)

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