As I told you before, tired of the cold weather and all the snow we've had this winter, I set to bring Spring time a bit early into my living room. Well, it began with the white paint transformations I showed you in my last post.
But the other project that is such a huge statement in the room is the wall art. As you can see I continue having lots of fun dressing up those old windows. I love them, is like having four big frames to fill up every time I want, and changing them for the season is what I try to do ;)
The best part of this project is the price, kind of free if you have a printer, tape and scissors ;)
You can get the beautiful images at The Graphics Fairy right HERE. Karen also shares how to print large graphics using the Block Posters site, but I first heard about it when my friend Christy printed a big image to use on one of her projects HERE.
You just go to Block Posters upload your image and then decide how big you want your image.
I got each of my images on 16 letter size sheets of paper. Each page is printed with a small border that you have to trim using a paper trimmer or with simple scissors.
In order to fit each of my images on two of my windows, another row of white sheets of paper was added to the top and bottom of each image. I'm sorry about the quality of these pics, I was working on this project at night time and taking pics with my phone :/
All the sheets were put together with tape on the back.
One of my pictures got so pixellated I thought it was not going to be of good use, but when looking at it from a distance that's not a problem.
Up close you can also see all the seams, but again, two feet away they are not that noticeable.
And this room is in full bloom! :D
I love the large scale of the prints, so dramatic!
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