Thursday, February 9, 2012

Nursery Art

I wanted to share with you how to make some quick and easy art for your child's nursery.  I made these in just a few hours.  Each one is made with square pieces of plywood that I found pre-cut at Michaels. This was pretty convenient.  I wrapped each one in a different fabric and used spray adhesive to apply it. I used a glue stick to apply ribbon, beads, ric rac etc. to decorate them. For the art prints, I just used Google to search for specific words I wanted images of. In this case, owls and trees were my search engine words I came across the three images below. I printed them on regular printer paper and cut them out with scissors. Just plain ol' glue sticks will adhere your images to fabric. To hang them on the wall, I bought metal picture hangers at Lowes and nailed them to the back.

Vintage buttons make this cute flower arrangement. Scout out local yard sales or thrift shops for cute adornments like these. Vintage Brooches would also look very cute.

I layered another piece of fabric under this tree print for some added depth and interest.

Hope this inspires you to create your own art for your baby's nursery. It's so simple to create your own unique art work.


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