For some reason I have been in the mood to make some more home decorish type items. This has never really been my thing but in the last six months or so we've made some changes and upgrades to our home and the ideas have started flowing.
I came up with an idea to do a picture retrospective of each of my boys with one picture representing each year of their life. It took a long time to find pictures that worked well together, I am not going to lie. But it was also kind of fun going through folders of so many pictures that I had forgotten about. They really brought back a bunch of good memories.
I found some large frames on Clearance at Michaels. Not being a fan of white or black frames perse I pulled out some primer and spray paint and got to work. These pictures are hanging in our foyer, and I kind of like the sunlight you see streaming across. It does make the pictures harder to see so I have posted those alone as well. The saying was something I instantly adored and naturally I found it on Pinterest.
And the prints - well normally something like this would run $30 each at a printing place but I opted for an Engineering print instead. It's printed on really thin paper and only prints in black in white. I had already converted all of the pictures to black and white anyway so that they would flow more easily together. It's not the highest quality print, but it still looks great in the frames, and hey, you can't beat $5 each. This project cost me no more than $60 total! Which makes me incredibly happy.
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