Thursday, July 19, 2012

The William Morris Project: Wall Decor

Well, after an unplanned 4 week hiatus, here I am with another William Morris project.  I finally fought off the heat-induced lethargy and get my butler in gear enough to put up some prints I made for M's room, and one I finally got around to framing.  Not terribly impressive, but still done.  Please excuse the horrible iPhone photos.  I had a choice between quick & dirty photos or not posting at all.  You're welcome.


I like this, but it bugs me that the type is so close to the edge of the frame.
I think I'll be reframing it next week. 


I love how this turned out.  
Thank you, Cricut!


This is her nickname, and we both love the shiny foil background with the hot pink bunny. 


I have had my eye on this Lisa Congdon print for months.  
It will be hung somewhere in my bedroom (it's time to start tackling that disaster), as part of a gallery wall of family photos and momentos.
I used a frame we already had, and gave it a quick spray of Krylon gloss white. I had previously used Heirloom White and HATED it. So much for the ravings of other bloggers.  Lesson learned.



This posting is part of The William Morris Project, as instituted by Jules at Pancakes and French Fries.  Link up and join the fun!

2 comments:

Lisa @ Trapped In North Jersey said...

great prints--I love the bunny on the foil paper!

May said...

My kids love all things French too. Actually, and all things bunny as well.