I hope you found some inspiration in my first post about handmade home decor! If you missed it, check it out here.
After decorating our master bathroom with four pieces of homemade artwork, the embarrassingly blank walls of our other bathroom have been really bothering me, so I finally took care of that a couple weeks ago with some fun artwork that really pops against the white and gray color scheme.
This coordinating pair uses some lovely patterned and textured papers for birds on a wire in gray frames.
To create a third framed piece in the bathroom, another dictionary page formed the background (and yes, choosing which page was half the fun). I used a simple mason jar rubber stamp and then cut flowers from colorful textured Japanese paper.
Lastly, I created a wood block sign because I've been so inspired by all the wood signs I see on Pinterest and Instagram and at craft and art shows. My husband used screws to artfully create a square out of two rectangles of scrap wood, then I painted around the state of Washington and got to practice hand lettering (um, my new obsession) the word "home." This brightens a dark stairwell and makes me smile when I walk past it several times each day.
Thanks for checking out my latest handmade home decor! Hope you found some inspiration in these photos!
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!