Staging New Hampshire


Inexpensive Wall Art - Adding a Creative Twist

In a recent post on inexpensive wall art by Monica Murphy, Monica showed us how to create wall art using scrapbook paper.  What I love about this idea is how easy it is to change out the art as needed.  Off to the store I went to pick up my frames and various papers.

I was telling my daughter about this wonderful idea and she informed me that she had made a picture for a friend as a baby shower gift using this technique.  In addition to using a sheet of paper in the frame, she cut up shapes from different sheets of paper and created a scene.

Jaime's scrapbook wall art



She used cookie cutters to trace the shapes.

She used a glue pen sold with the scrapping tools to glue it all in place.

This 12 x 12 picture cost a total of $13 including the frame and she has plenty of paper left over.



This was done for a baby, but this idea could easily be used for any room.




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Comment balloon 11 commentsSharon Tara • June 24 2008 07:23PM
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