We're doing some room reshuffling around here and ended up with a little playroom
for the kids. Here's what I did for some super quick wall art:
I painted large canvases
with the extra seaside blue wall paint from my son's beach-themed bedroom next door. Then I made high-quality 8x10 glossy prints of some close-up shots of the kids
. These prints were simply spray-glued to the canvas centers and the art was displayed in a row.
Jeanne, what a fabulous site you have. I am excited to offer one of your prints for the auction. Please email me a photo of the one you would like to donate.
today's creative blog
I *love* this idea!! I can't wait to see the rest of your blog. ;-)
Your items are beautiful. I really like these blue frames with the white mattes. Simply perfect.
Your blog is beautiful! I love all of your creative ideas for the home. This project looks like something even *I* could do! -Julia :-)
I love the versatility of canvas! Your photos look wonderful on these. You have a great site - am enjoying all of your ideas!
Whoa, I'm totally digging the canvas idea...my walls have been bare since we moved in over 18 months ago...I do have some new pics that need to go up...thanks for your creative genius.
Love this. How did you do the white borders around the photos? Jen
Jenni - I centered my photos on the page before printing ... so the white border is just the paper. In Photoshop, select "Print With Preview" and size and position your image.
I LOVE this! What a great idea!
How big were the canvases? I have been looking for some inexpensive wall art for our family room. THANKS!
How big are the canvases? We have been looking for some inexpensive wall art for our family room. THANKS!!
Good question Wendie! My canvases are 16x20.
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