Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Finished Product

So I finished it.  Not without a few burns though.  Thankfully a friend left a comment on my blog and gave me a great tip I somehow missed on the tutorial.  Use a pen or pencil.  It sure did work!  Thanks friends! 



So go on over to the tuturial on Living with Lindsay and try it out.  I think they add some depth but without calling too much attention to the wall.  You can't beat the price either...$1 for the wreath and depending on if you have a book you can tear apart another $1. 

Ok, quick question.  This is in our living room.  on this wall....





Do you think it goes?  For some reason I keep feeling like it should go somewhere else :(

8 comments:

Sherri S said...

Looks great all finished up! Why do you feel it needs to be somewhere else? The living room is a great place to display all the photos! At least that's my humble opinion.

Brian and Ashley said...

I think it looks great! I love the wreath with the pictures beneath. And using the clothespins to hang the pictures is genius! I saw the tutorial and dreamed of making the book wreath- I think you might have conviced me!

Design A-Peele said...

Thanks so much girls for the encouragement! I needed it!!

pk said...

Your wreath turned out great! It looks like it's on an entrance wall to the living room (hard to tell in the photos), which is is nice. I like that you also made a grouping with family photos.

pk @ Room Remix

kelly@TearingUpHouses said...

oooh, i like it with the pictures.

is that wall directly across from an entrance? if so, i think it goes.

kelly

Design A-Peele said...

It's actually to the left of an entrance. You walk in the front door, go down a small hallway and then you hit the living room. This wall is to the left. if that makes sense. Anyway, thanks soooo much everyone! I feel much better about it :)

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

I'm not sure why it wouldn't go - it looks great!

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