I was really unsure how to go about putting it together so I found this great post here that helped me out. This was an example that I used.
I traced each frame on a piece of craft paper so I could find the best configuration for the space on the wall.
We went with option three. I know that I want to add more frames and the other two options didn’t seem to leave a nice space for any later additions. And I just like this configuration the best.
Pretty Art Wall.
I purchased these white square Ribba frames from Ikea a few years ago.
A great cheap way find nice 'art' is to look in a card store.
I picked up some pretty square cards for about $5.00 each and popped
them into the frames.
For this one specific frame I changed the matting around it with patterned
scrapbook paper. The card inside is what I gave my son-to-be-husband
on our wedding day. I like how there are hidden words locked inside!
This lovely "birds on a wire" original painting was given to me on our engagement.BFF had a former summer student of his paint it just for me.
I love it and its special meaning.
This is a cool vintage radio that BFF salvaged from the roadside.It actually has a really cool sound.
I picked up this pretty glass antique lamp from V.V for $8.00 a while back.
All it needed was a new shade.