Aug 6, 2012

DIY project: Photo frame

GET INSPIRED
I'm in a very interior-design place right now and have the decorating bug in a big way. So why not make something new to my bare walls, shall we? 
So I'm so excited to share my inspiration which led me to this today. Look above, oh and btw I created the layout by myself as well, what do you think?
I'm so excited about the finished product, it looks wonderful with a few ladybugs which looks great on the transparent wires. It somehow looks like they're just hanging there awesomely.
I knew I got the desired effect when my mom entered the room and asked who broke the mirror hahaha. I had a laugh.
So i did this photo frame this week and I filmed a video aswell please check it out here, which was supposed to be a how-to but it ended up wrong, so I decided to show the process instead, but you can still follow through and get inspired since it's super super easy!  
I've had this in mind for quite sometime and since I had an old frame laying around so I thought I would jump in and just do it instead of being lazy as usual, but what really inspired me was this column in a local newspaper which said, that you really could transform anything old, which wouldn't necessary match in a modern room, into the perfect room decor that would fit. So what you had to do was use something old and something new, and then combine those two factors. 
I thought it was rather an interesting point so I played with the thoughts of something old and museums popped up in my head. So I googled museums and found paintings with golden frames and remembered I had an old one laying around in our basement. it would be a great idea to combine something old with something new, and since photos are a newer invention combining those two will give us something retro and useable. This is absolutely a cheap DIY and perfect as a room decor. So pep your wall up with your DIY. I love hanging polaroids looks so chic and cool. You can use any size frame you want just make sure it's wooden



 I've had this in mind for quite sometime and since I had an old frame laying around so I thought I would jump in and just do it instead of being lazy as usual, but what really inspired me was this column in a local newspaper which said, that you really could transform anything old, which wouldn't necessary match in a modern room, into the perfect room decor that would fit. So what you had to do was use something old and something new, and then combine those two factors. 
I thought it was rather an interesting point so I played with the thoughts of something old and museums popped up in my head. So I googled museums and found paintings with golden frames and remembered I had an old one laying around in our basement. it would be a great idea to combine something old with something new, and since photos are a newer invention combining those two will give us something retro and useable. This is absolutely a cheap DIY and perfect as a room decor. So pep your wall up with your DIY. I love hanging polaroids looks so chic and cool. You can use any size frame you want just make sure it's wooden

8 comments:

  1. very crafty!

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  2. Such a cute DIY! Thanks so much for visiting my blog, I'm following you now :)

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    1. thank you yaayy so glad you're following. welcome :)

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    1. aww thank you I'm glad you love it :))

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  4. so cute!!
    thanks for your lovely comment on my blog :) wanna follow each other dear?

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