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DIY: Stampin’ Wall Art

Finding the right wall decor for a nursery is never easy. Wall art that is personal and coordinated with the entire the room make a nursery feel special. I was pleasantly surprised to learn that Stampin’ Up! has many fabulous do-it-yourself (DIY) frame ideas that can allow any mom to create customized, professional looking artwork for children’s rooms.

I immediately fell in love with this adorable sailboat. This frame would be the perfect addition to any nursery.

Materials list includes: Very Vanilla textured card stock, Baja Breeze Patterns Designer Series paper, Small Chocolate Nursery Necessities Décor Elements, Kiwi Kiss 5/8” striped grosgrain ribbon, Linen thread, Button Bouquet, and Frame.

The Step-by-Step:
1. Adhere Baja Breeze Patterns Designer Series paper to Very Vanilla textured card stock, and insert into frame.
2. Apply Décor Elements vinyl to front of glass.
3. Tie linen thread through Kiwi Kiss button, and adhere to glass.
4. Tie Kiwi Kiss ribbon to frame, and hang from ribbon.

Some other fun DIY options with the materials available from Stampin’ Up! include creating personalized monograms using papers and colors to match bedding, wall color, and other accents:

The possibilities for themes are really endless: whimsical, modern, masculine, animals, trains, cars, alphabets, numbers, etc. With the numerous material selections available at Stampin’ Up!, any nursery can be enhanced with the addition of these beautiful, professional-looking DIY stamps and decor element wall decals!

Note: Not all product used in the Butterfly Baby room is available for purchase at this time.

Kate’s first room |

Sunday 7th of April 2013

[...] also liked this idea to put Katie’s name on the wall in a way, but this is something I can easily do [...]

Grosgrain Ribbon

Tuesday 14th of April 2009

I love the letters!!! Way too cute. Thanks!