DIY Fashion Print Wall Art for Girl's Room
- four 8" by 10" picture frames
- one art or photo print calendar
- scissors and a pencil
Tip: Pick inexpensive frames. I got mine for a few dollars a piece. Sometimes it's best to invest in something that will last a long time. However, whenever you're purchasing something that isn't going to get daily wear (other than hanging on a wall), it isn't necessary to pay more for durability.
Start by taking the insert or mat out of the frame. Use that as a quick guide to trace over the images you've picked then cut each one out.
You can use many different prints to achieve this low-cost artwork in other rooms of your home. Browse the clearance books at Barnes & Noble for large art books. I turned a $15.00 Gustav Klimt book into professional, expensive-looking framed prints, and in my bedroom I hung prints from an Alexander McQueen calendar I got at the Savage Beauty exhibit at the Met in New York. With this simple DIY project, you can add beautiful art prints to your home decor for under $20.00.
*Stay tuned this month for the reveal of their room and a guide on how I organized my girls' walk-in closet and how I finally managed to organize all of their books, toys, and craft supplies.
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