• Home Decor,  Projects

    Framed Prints on Clips Swappable Art

    For almost two years, I’ve had a small amount of this grey-blue drapery fabric leftover from my craft room’s curtains.  The fabric is very sturdy due to a heavyweight blackout lining. While cleaning out my soon-to-be mother-in-law’s basement, I found these two frames that were destined for the trash heap.  I immediately thought of this fabric and knew I could work with them to create an artwork display for interchangeable prints. The best part?  Everything in this project came from my stash, so there was no immediate cost.  Bonus! Supplies wooden frames (recycled) fabric (leftover from old projects) drapery clips ($1 on clearance at Fabricland) small-sized prints thumbtacks ruler (optional)…

  • Kid Crafts,  Toddler Town

    Clothes Peg Art Display

    I love to display the artwork of children on the wall, but what do you do when you run out of wall space? Combining yarn, tape, and wooden clothes pegs, you can create an impromptu area to display easy-to-change artwork. This project is so easy you don’t even need a tutorial. I love to drape a piece of yarn across a window and attach it to the wall with tape. (If you already have nails up from Christmas decorations, use ’em!) Don’t make the yarn too loose else the artwork will droop. Attach some clothes pegs, and pin away! My favourite part of this type of display is that it…