Mirrors, posters and major art aren't your only options when it comes to filling a bare wall. These do-'em-in-a-day projects add style-and personality!-to any blank space (26 Photos)
Source: Live Love DIY
Blog: Live Love DIY
Why we love it: Between the symmetrical arrangement and elegant champagne-colored frames, this antler gallery creates a big impact in living room in need of a striking centerpiece.
What you need: Computer; printer; printer paper; black ink cartridge; ruler; pencil; scissors; twelve frames of the same size; newspaper; champagne spray paint; eye goggles; mask; measuring tape; carpenter’s level; hammer; and nails.
How to make it: Search for “free antler silhouette” or “free deer silhouette” online. Pick the silhouettes, and print out each on separate paper in black ink. Measure the inner dimension of the frame, and transpose it onto the paper. Cut out the shape. Lay out the newspaper, and spray paint the frames. Once dry, insert a picture into each frame. Measure and mark a 4x3 arrangement onto the wall. Stake out the nails and mount the photos on the wall.
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