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Little House of Four: Progress in the Bedroom... {engineer print}

Progress in the Bedroom... {engineer print}

Tips for creating engineer prints

Tips for Creating Engineer Prints

Tips for creating engineer prints. These make great inexpensive wall decor.

Love this because it's not so officy looking...and the mirror is a great feature!  You could replace one of those chalk boards with a calendar....

Love this because it's not so officy looking...and the mirror is a great feature! You could replace one of those chalk boards with a calendar....

I love cheap wood frames! And when I say "cheap," what I really mean is "budget friendly." You know the frames I'm talking about - those budget wood ones that you can purchase at the craft store or here...

15 Ways to Decorate Those Cheap Wood Frames

I love cheap wood frames! And when I say "cheap," what I really mean is "budget friendly." You know the frames I'm talking about - those budget wood ones that you can purchase at the craft store or here...

So easy using engineering print from Staples. Total cost was under $4.00

So easy using engineering print from Staples. Total cost was under $4.00

This will work much better than shopping for frames next time we get pictures taken. Combine this with the over the bed idea? glass frames from ikea to make a collage---way cheaper than canvas and more versatile too.

This will work much better than shopping for frames next time we get pictures taken. Combine this with the over the bed idea? glass frames from ikea to make a collage---way cheaper than canvas and more versatile too.

This is a jewelry display I made.  I started out with a very old window frame.  Spray painted it gold.  Then painted it with Annie Sloan's chalk paint, Florence and Old White as well as waxing it with dark and clear wax.  Added hooks to the top and cork board covered in fabric to the back.  My first try at this kind of project.  I am very pleased!!!  Those are also my necklaces being displayed on it!    arcanememory.etsy.com

This is a jewelry display I made. I started out with a very old window frame. Spray painted it gold. Then painted it with Annie Sloan's chalk paint, Florence and Old White as well as waxing it with dark and clear wax. Added hooks to the top and cork board covered in fabric to the back. My first try at this kind of project. I am very pleased!!! Those are also my necklaces being displayed on it! arcanememory.etsy.com

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