I'm slowly trying to do something about these empty walls. Making a dent one wall at a time. Her room. I painted the white frames, added these vintage prints that I scored for a dollar a piece. The oval one I bought for a few dollars at a 50% of sale at an antique shop last year. My cousin made the ribbon holder.
And a little art gives her room a bit more style.
Know what I did? Bought two of the same prints. Oops. This one framed is the one I'm keeping. I have an identical one that I'll give away to someone who is interested. Might be good for a little girl room or your craft space.
Anyway, the art is up.
I'm happy with it.
And I'm one step closer to making this room into the best place ever for a little girl to play. Do leave a comment if you're interested in the print. I'll do a random drawing if there's more than one interested.
Oh what a lucky little lady she has the perfect room. I would love a chance to win that awesome print thank you. Hug BReplyDelete
Love her room! You did an awesome job on the prints! Can't go wrong with vintage! Did you paper her room, or was it already done? Very pretty and delicate! I would love to win a print! Thanks for sharing with us!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, I love her room! It does look like just the perfect place for a little girl to play! I love that print! :)ReplyDelete
OMG - love her room it's so dainty and feminine. I love the look of old-fashioned times (may not like some of the ways back then). I would love to be entered for the picture.ReplyDelete
Via Random number generator, you are the winner, Debra! Just send me your address at email@example.com.Delete
And to everyone else, thank you for your kind words. I have painted over much of the wallpaper in this house, but left her room. Everything else was either really bold or faded, but I think this wallpaper is for keepers now!: )