I needed frames, lots of them. I got an assortment from Michael's, the Dollar Tree, thrift stores, and a few I already had. The ones from the Dollar Tree even have mattes in them. The frames are all different sizes and colors. Since they all need to match, I decided to paint them all white.
Next was trying to decide what to put in them. She wants butterflies so I've been on the hunt for butterfly prints. I found these on Art.com. Just printed them on regular printed paper and stuck them in the matted frames.
Also on Art.com there were some prints by Peter Horjus that were pretty and had some meaning behind them.
I saw a new website to create wordart, called Wordle. You enter in some words and it spews out a cute little piece of art.
Next was something I've seen around blogland a few times, a birth print. It has some details about your child's birth.
Here some more where I just used scrapbook paper. The 2 dragonfly pictures are cut and mounted to the top of the scrapbook paper and inserted in the frames. The other is a piece of the scrapbook paper matted.
I thought these were fun and cheap ways to add art to her expansive wall.
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