Prints are the new must have accessory to bring any space to life, whether it be in your office, on your bedroom wall, or gracing your hallway. I have been collecting frames to decorate our bedroom for a while now, and I really wanted to incorporate a couple of DIY Prints of beautiful and thoughtful quotes to spread positivity within the space.
I posted a little DIY that I undertook a few weeks ago of a print I created over on my Instagram (pictured below), and thanks to the great feedback, I thought why not share the process for the next one.
Today's little DIY project was filling this beautiful white frame I picked up recently from @daiso_official ! Also, how cute is the Z marquee letter from @typoshop next to it? ✨💋💛 I picked out this beautiful quote, thanks to @pinterest , penciled and cut it on a white paper and stuck it on a piece of card that I spray painted using my trustee Metallic Copper Spray Paint. Put it in the frame and Voila! Though it took the entire evening to cut out all the letters, I'm so pleased with the end result! Hoping to work on one more frame DIY project and the search for a good quote is on. Do you have any suggestions for beautiful quotes like this one? #diy #diyproject #frame #whiteinterior #interiordecor #decorinspo #quote #quoteoftheday #lifestyleblog #lifestyleblogger #mummyblogger #dubaiblogger #expatblogger #uaeblogger #mummyblog #dubaiblog #expatblog #uaeblog #alhumdulillah #blessed #proudmother #uaemombloggers #dubaimoms #dubaimummy #mashaAllah #photooftheday #pinterestinspired
I have already shared with you the Rose Gold/Copper details that I am currently obsessing over and decided to DIY into our bedroom, so naturally my next frame is in Rose Gold too.
So to make my next DIY Print Frame, here are all the things I used:
- White Paper
- Metallic Spray Can
- Desired Quote
- Glue Stick
- Fine Liner Pen
- Utility Knife
Spray paint a piece of card with the Metallic Spray Paint.
Write your chosen quote using a pencil on to a plain piece of paper, after measuring it to the size of your frame window.
Outline the letters using a fine liner pen and erase out the rough pencil markings.
Cut out all letters using a small scissor and utility knife.
Cut the spray painted cardboard to the size of the plain white paper and stick it behind using a glue stick.
Mount the print into your frame! Voila, you’re done!