Welcome to the second of our #StyleChallenge posts where myself and 3 other bloggers take on a theme and interpret it in our own unique ways.
Last time we all chose our favourite garden planters with really interesting results, and this month we’ve been challenged by the Post Office to find the most creative use for a home printer.
Well for me, it’s easy! It has to be how you can create your own fantastic, printable wall art. Whether you use a package or gadget like a Cricut, or even if you just create a simple Word document, there are so many creative ways to use your printer to decorate your walls.
To illustrate my point, I’m going to show you my very popular Wall Art Pinterest board:
And showcase a few of my favourite designs that would be easy to recreate using your home printer.
1. Photo Art
Printing out some of your favourite family or holiday photos is the obvious way to get instant wall art. It’s personal and special and you can rest assured it will be unique. It also makes your house a home, decorating the walls with treasured memories. I love something in black and white.
2. Wall Art Free Downloads
Why not use Pinterest to find some great free wall art printable downloads. Maiedae has a great roundup of beautiful free downloads enabling you to create stunning wall art with your printer.
3. Inspirational Quotes:
When I was designing my Tween Daughter’s bedroom makeover last year I used Pinterest extensively for inspiration, particularly for quotes to use on her wall art. This one above, from Etsy, was perfect for her and we printed one up onto some card and framed it. She loves it!
Pinterest is the perfect place to find inspiration for your home decor. Use it to search for ideas, hot trends, top tips and great imagery for your next project. I’m a featured UK Pinner and I’d love to see over there. You can follow me HERE
If you’d like to see how the other bloggers interpreted the #StyleChallenge from the Post Office, then do hop over and take a look.
The Ana Mum Diary here
A Residence here
Thrifty Home here.
Which is your favourite?
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