I’ve always really liked vintage-style prints, and I knew that someday I’d like to use some to decorate our future home. A few months ago, I came across the easiest DIY ever for vintage prints here, and I decided to give it a try over the weekend to snazz up our living room.
I chose three vintage prints from a nearby paper shop in Grand Haven, bought wooden dowels and twine, and set to work. First, I measured the dowels to be slightly longer than the width of the prints, and then I sawed them to size. After that, it was as easy as hot-gluing the dowels to the tops and bottoms of the prints, and hanging them with the twine!
I hung them in a group of three because I’ve read that grouping things in uneven numbers is more stimulating to the eye. Chad thinks two would look better, though. What do you think?
I love this new addition to our decor, and I think it turned out great! Yay for easy, pretty DIY projects!
4 thoughts on “Easy Vintage DIY”
i love those prints! what a great idea. and so easy. I’ve heard the same thing about grouping things in uneven numbers and I think it looks great just the way it is.
Yay! Thanks! Caitlyn-1, Chad-0 haha
I like 3 🙂
Thank you! 🙂