Posts Tagged ‘wall art’
I’m sending out a few last minute Valentine’s Day cards this week with some help from Jordan of Create Like Crazy. She designed an awesome set of modern, Valentine’s Day greeting cards that double as wall art especially for Paper & Stitch readers. You can download the entire set below.
Once you download the free PDF, it’s as simple as cutting the cards out, folding them in half, and mailing them out. Once your recipient receives a card in the mail, he or she can cut the front of the card off and hang it on the wall as artwork (after they read the sweet note you left inside of course).
Design by Jordan Brantley of Create Like Crazy for papernstitch
Styling and photography by Brittni Mehlhoff
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This contributor post was written by Beth of Parsimonia.
For me, the start of 2012 isn’t about resolutions; I’ve made tons over the years and usually forget about them before February rolls around. Instead, I like to look at it as a fresh start, a year brimming with bright, shiny possibilities along with the feeling that anything is within my grasp. As such, I thought it appropriate to bring you some bright and shiny DIYs to inspire you for the new year. The last one isn’t a full-out tutorial, but I know that you have what it takes to recreate it them — you are papernstitch readers after all! Here’s to a year of possibility!
(above) Gold Chevron Paintings by Makeunder My Life
99 Cent DIY Candles by Emily Henderson
Glittery Gold Bow Clutch by The World Is My Oyster
Metallic Gold Mason Jars by Lovely Little Details
Gold Tree Stump Side Tables via Love Maegan
Have a great weekend!
With the recent move I’ve been a bit obsessed with trying to repopulate our home with unique decor items that give me a special feeling. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but when I saw the laser cut wall art from Pepper Sprouts, I thought, “This might just work!”
More modern home accessories await you at Pepper Sprouts.
I am a BIG photography fan.
I’ve been collecting prints from photographers from around the world for the last few years and its definitely addictive. BUT there is one major downside- at least for a gal like me: FRAMING!
Yeah, its kind of inconvenient to get photos (and any paper pieces for that matter) framed, especially for me because I am cray-cray and like to get all of my frames from the same place, which just so happens to be a two and half hour car ride. So, not exactly easy.
Each limited edition photo block is ready to hang! No framing required. I LOVE THAT!
So, I did some snooping around Bonnie’s etsy shop and wanted to share a few of my favorites…
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Visit Bonnie Jones on Etsy now to browse her collection of photographic prints and take advantage of that 20% discount.
Numsi is the brain child of British born artist Helen and her fellow-artist husband. The idea for Numsi was conceived soon after the birth of their first child. Frustrated by the lack of modern, functional design aimed at children, they were inspired to create a line of their own.
“We didn’t want fluffy and we didn’t want cutesy- the artwork had to work for the whole family, for a long, long time…modular, distinctive and unique contemporary wall art for modern people,” says Helen.
She definitely achieved her goal. Shopping Numsi isn’t a generic experience at all. Instead you have access to artwork and accessories both children and adults can enjoy for years to come.
Enter code “PS I LIKE YOU” at checkout to receive 15% off your Numsi order!