Then she filled the frames with recent family photos taken by this talented chick. She also wanted a monogram for her last name so she toyed with different ideas to use up that last frame.
Sandee is sooo picky! She put chevron fabric behind the frame with a vinyl P and didn’t like it, she tried scrapbook paper and didn’t like it. She finally took advantage of my vinyl cutter, painted a piece of scrap wood white, applied the P stencil, painted the wood yellow, peeled off the stencil then distressed the yellow.
Pretty darn cute, right? She’s super talented even though it takes her a million years to make a decision, in the end it’s always worth the wait!
So there you have it, an easy affordable way to create a personalized family gallery wall. Thanks for letting me steal pics of your house, sister!
Oh!-I have to clarify something, if you read about Sandee’s darling chevron/yellow/grey living room post yesterday, I referenced Sandee as our “unpaid manager” in a teasing tone. She actually reminded me that she gets free vinyl whenever she wants it, plus we always share our freebies with her so she’s paid in a different way, LOL!
Now go make a gallery wall, nothing will make you happier than to walk by those you love every day 🙂