There's something about decorating your home with artwork you create yourself that makes it feel more like, well, home. Plus, you get to create exactly what you want and have the joy and self-satisfaction of creating something you get to admire every day.
In this 2-part series of posts, I'm going to share some of my latest homemade artwork that adorns the walls of our home. First is our master bathroom, that we recently had remodeled and that I designed in shades of whites and grays. So of course, I had to do some birds-on-a-wire art to tie it all together.
I used dictionary pages as the background paper in two frames and for the birds and wire in another frame (inspired by vintage art I keep seeing in shops). The fun part was choosing which dictionary pages to use.
A coordinating piece also hanging in the bathroom features the bicycle rubber stamp I used when I made my wedding thank-you cards. Not surprisingly, I used the dictionary page with "love" for the background, and the torn edges give it a vintage feel.
Stay tuned for Part 2 and more homemade art!
Hi! I'm the creator of Pot Belly Bird, hailing from Spokane, WA. Here in my blog, I'll tell you about all the fun stuff I'm up to in addition to making cards, like cooking or biking or gardening!