Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Christmas wall collage

I love changing out the frames in my entryway to reflect the current holiday or season. It makes me smile every time I come home and see something "new" on the wall.  I had arranged these frames quite some time ago, around the big Alfred E. Newman picture in the middle. The P is from Michaels that I had painted Navy Blue.  There are 5 glass frames that are 8" x 10" in size and in them I placed prints that were printed on my home printer from The Graphics Fairy website.

There's my cute little wreath from Target and next to it are oil-rubbed bronze skeleton keys.

Here is a view of the entryway looking towards the front door.

This print is of doves sitting on branches in a green color. I love the graphic pattern of this print and the way it almost forms a Christmas tree in the overall shape.

This little birdy looks so vintage and I love the colors.

This one is probably my favorite. I just love vintage photographs of children, especially in those cute clothes they used to wear. And this little guy does not look happy about it.

A classic Christmas phrase inside a pretty circular wreath-like form.

My second favorite print, this cute vintage girl dressed in her holiday clothes.

This project was totally free, except for the wreath and ornament I bought at Target. I just love how a home printer = instant art for the home.

Do you change out pictures frames in your home like this, or am I crazy? Ok, maybe I'm crazy.

Happy December!


1 comment:

Sarni said...

Love the initial hooks below your art collection!

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