And it sat in a corner for several months.
Eventually, I turned it into a bulletin board for homework.
But that just wasn't doing it for me. I knew it really needed to shine.
Let me back a moment or maybe two. When we moved in to the house, the reception hall had a fairly decent wallpaper. It wasn't a complete monstrosity and so we decided to live with it. Then the little kids started picking at the wall paper and suddenly we HAD to do something about it. So all the wallpaper came down.
And I painted one of the walls in June Day by Sherwin Williams. It's one of my favorite paint colors and it's what I used in my vestibule.
I figured the black and white from the frame (covered in shelf liner found at the dollar store) would really look amazing against the yellow. The answer of what to put it in came on a CD from my sister-in-law: pictures she took of our family over the summer in Biloxi.
I matted our family photo with some scrapbook paper. The top purple square says FAMILY and it was also made from scrapbooking supplies. Decorative colored paper clips (also from the scrapbook stash) are used to attach the pictures to pieces of ribbon.
Since the wall is all about family:
|Found at the dollar store!|
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