Our obsession with easy DIY wall art continues. Seriously, we are obsessed and are happy to admit it. Today's project is super easy but packs a creative punch. Using a wooden letter, favorite frame and some scrapbook paper...you can create a piece of wall art announcing an initial. We made this piece for a good friend's new little addition. We thought it would look great in his tiny man nursery! Read on for the tutorial and enjoy!
The frame we snagged at Michael's with our 40% off coupon.
Just making sure our wooden letter T would fit inside the frame. You want to make sure the frame has a bit of a shadow box effect, meaning it's depth is enough to fit your wooden letter.
Spray painted wooden T.
We had some leftover boyish scrapbook paper from our nursery closet organizer project HERE and I let Walt pick the background for this particular piece. I was leaning more towards the waves or grass but Walt kept saying the bricks were a really strong choice. So, we went with the bricks and I loved the way it turned out!
Tracing onto the scrapbook paper the correct size of the backdrop.
Using our high tech attachment protocol, ha!
Packaging tape...always does the trick!
The finished product! Just think of all the awesome combos you can create with a frame, wooden letter, some spray paint and a great scrapbook backdrop! Love this super easy project! We were also saying how awesome it would look to frame each letter of a word (ie: "H-E-L-L-O") on a wall too! Or maybe a baby's name? Cha-ching! The ideas are limitless but if you tackle it, make sure to shoot us a picture via CasaCullen@Gmail.com