Feb 09, 2012 | Post by: janine rose
I adore this Silhouette Wall Art Tutorial from Lowes
! I love the raw pattern of the plywood inside the outline of the silhouette. It would even be fun to try different surface mediums for different effects. Or you could stain the piece before you paint the outer part, the possibilities are really endless. So grab a loved one, a pet, even a stuffed animal and take their photo and try this!
Feb 01, 2012 | Post by: janine rose
Every time I buy paint, I end up taking a ridiculous amount of paint chips to the point I feel like I am stealing.
If you happen to have some stashed, great! If not...while I don't condone theft, next time you are at your hardware store, pick up some of these bad boys and see what you can create!
Pantone Chip Wall via unstitched
Jan 27, 2012 | Post by: janine rose
The following are photos from a piece of wall art I was commissioned to do for some lovely people for their gorgeous Mid-Century Modern style home.
Dec 01, 2011 | Post by: janine rose
I always love Tanya at Dans le Townhouse'
s projects. She upcycled two old estate sale frames, added some scrap silk & batting and framed two vintage bakelite brooches. Check out her beautifully detailed DIY Framed Bakelite Brooch post
Nov 11, 2011 | Post by: janine rose
Don't have a lot of money, but want some interesting wall art? Check out the following DIYS made from paper towel and toilet paper rolls that you would normally recycle. Add a little glue and paint and you are done!
The Art of the Toilet Paper Roll via Just a Girl
Nov 02, 2011 | Post by: janine rose
Don't throw those wine corks away! Get inspired by the following cork projects!
Wine Cork Labels DIY by My Chic Life
Sep 12, 2011 | Post by: janine rose
I have been looking for the perfect piece of wall art to hang over my couch but had been having a hard time finding the right one. Recently, I have been seeing a lot of great colorful wood wall art pieces and fell in love with them. My dad happened to have a pile of wood strips from an old project doing nothing but collecting dust so I offered to take them off his hands.
Priced anywhere between $600 and $1100, these beautiful statement pieces can be done with some time, lots of painting and patience for under $150.
Photo: Claire Ferrante of Little Dog Vintage
Aug 19, 2011 | Post by: janine rose
The hilariously talented Rachel Rosenthal of Bridesmaiding.com
has shared with us her secrets on how to create simple wall art!