Hey Hey! I don’t know about y’all but this Spring weather has be hoppin’ from one project to the next like a happy bunny. If you remember I shared my Craft Room and Office a few months ago but I recently added a couple of new items to the gallery wall so I thought I’d share an update.
It used to look like this:
I liked the gallery wall as it was for a while but I always knew the cardboard triangle that simply says ‘up.’ was temporary and that the wood blocks needed a little something. I finally decided to do something about it this week after spending a lot of time in this room working on projects …..and laundry 😉 So now it looks like this. Better right?!
Craft Room Gallery Wall – Geometric Wood Blocks
3 Rectangles pieces of wood (I used these mini bamboo cutting boards)
1 sheet of vinyl
Login to the Cricut design space and create the images you would like to put on your wood. Honestly, I LOVE my Cricut but you could also just draw the shapes on the back of your vinyl and cut them out with scissors.
Then you just peel them off and place in the pattern you desire on the wood pieces.
Craft Room Gallery Wall – Typography Wood Slice
For the words on the wood slice I went to PicMonkey.com and made the image I wanted to use. In this case ‘LIKE A girl boss’ was the winner. I mean, really, I’m a boss 😉
Then you use a little trick to transfer the words onto your wood slice. You flip the paper over, printed side down, and use a pencil to shade the back all over the letters. Then flip your paper back face up and place it on your wood slice. Trace each letter with the same pencil and when you move the paper the pencil from the back will have transferred to your wood slice.
Next I just used a Sharpie to trace the lines and then fill in the letters.
I’m really loving the new additions to my craft room gallery wall. The geometric shapes and the snarky wood slice add just the right amount of fun to my space. It doesn’t have to be expensive or difficult to change things up or incorporate a different feel to a room. With the exception of the wood slice, I had all of the items on hand. Use what you have a get to adding some flair to those walls.
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