February 28, 2011
Post About Curtains) and rigged them up outside so I could take pictures with them as the background - I knew the pictures would match the room that way! For the casual feel I went with some crazy faces and some not - just take A LOT of pictures so you have options. The hardest was to get my just-turned-2-year-old to make crazy faces on demand - I ended up making faces at him and he would mimic them back. I made 8x10 prints (through MPix - so impressed with them).
To start, I painted a thin board (it can't be too heavy because it'd be trickier to hang on the wall) black - obviously, color choice is up to you. I had the board cut to 36 inches by 40 inches - I have 12 pictures with 1.5 inch gaps between everything.
Then I put mod podge on the back of the pictures and stuck them down where I wanted them.
entering this month - fingers crossed!
About the Author
Mandy is a Craft Blogger who enjoys all things DIY - she feels that if she can do something, you can too, and provides tutorials to help you along the way. She enjoys being a mom to 4 awesome kiddos and blogs from the Kansas City area. Please add her Google profile to your circles. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter.