There has been a blank spot on our bedroom wall since we moved in. We have struggled with just what to put in the space. Nothing too expensive, nothing that will make it feel too cluttered.
And then one day...someone was giving away a package of sunprint paper on freecycle. Well, why not? I'll take it! I thought it would be a super fun project to do with the kids. Do you remember doing sun prints as a kid?
It turns out that I thought it was pretty awesome too! I loved the cool blue of the paper. And the pictures have a slightly modern feel while also feeling a bit "old school" as well! So I hoarded the leftover pieces of paper ;) and made my own using flowers and herbs from our garden.
The blue looks great against the pale gray of our room and with the yellow and gray of our bed and embroidery hoops on the opposite wall.
Now I have "fresh" flowers from our garden in our room every day!
Of course, there is still a bit of a blank space above the mirror to fill...in time in time...It always has to be a little bit in progress or else you wouldn't have anything to do, right?
Oh, and one more thing, before I go...speaking of nature and art...I thought I'd share where I decided to put my Feather your Nest print from Jenny!
(sorry these hallway pictures are not so great, there is almost zero light there, but it does look great in person!)
A perfect fit, don't you think?
Thanks for having me Jenny and Angel!