Moving on . . .
I bought these frames for $2 apiece at Deseret Industries thrift store (I thought briefly about hanging them up "as is" to go with my quilted hunting lodge decor, but decided to branch out and try something else).
|Kidding . . . these framed fabric prints are hideous.|
|Already looking better . . .|
|I love how the wood-colored scrollwork still shows through.|
Finally, hot glue to attach the corkboard inside each frame.
Hello, I am jealous of myself, and have inspired my kids to new creative heights. They have been busy making art since I hung the frames up in my short blue hallway. My six-year-old son said, "I know why there's four cork boards. So when the baby is born we can teach it how to do art . . . wait, do you have another frame?" I wish I did have another frame (hello, where's the mallard duck print?), but three will have to do for now, until "it" learns to "do art."