On a recent op shopping adventure I picked up a vintage children’s book called ‘God Gives us Sunlight’ for 20 cents. It had darling illustrations of the seasons, and although it was lovely as a book, some of the pages were falling out so I decided to cut it up and frame some of the pictures. So I grabbed some half price Briscoes frames and set to work. (Well if you can call it ‘work’ – it was pretty easy and self explanatory really!) I’m really happy with the result, and it totally fits in with my mantra of ‘maximum results for minimal effort.’
(I think ‘Spring’ might be my favourite – but I wish the kids’ hair colour was around the other way to match my kids!)
These are going in Isabelle’s room – but would equally suit a playroom in the future. (My kids are starting to run out of wall space!)
Also, they proved difficult to photograph – mainly due to a curious little hand …
Speaking of other creative projects, the quilt for my sister Holly (as featured in my last creative space post) is all but finished and I plan to blog about it next week after we give it to her.
For more inspiration and ideas be sure to check what other people have created this week here (linking in with ‘Our Creative Spaces.)