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The Beginning Of My (Very Wonky) Frame Wall.

Thursday, 16 July 2015
I'm back with another interior post, YAY! I've always loved frame walls, the simple kind or the cluttered, colourful kind, it can really show your personality. After months of mithering my dad to pin my frames up i decided to have a go at it myself! I didn't follow any kind of instructions or anything. I think you just have to go with the flow and pin them wherever you want to!


First off i bought about 6 frames from The Range and then was the hunt for the prints and pictures to fill them with. I found loads of websites that sell amazing prints but i couldn't wait for the delivery and they can be pricey! I then thought to myself, why don't i just fill them up with drawings, material scraps and print outs? The 'Hey girl...' the 'meow' and the lips were all drawn by me. The jeans picture is from the internet and the materials are from my scrap box. Oh, and the little polaroids are from my camera. 


I am pretty happy with it so far but i definitely want to fill the entire wall up and maybe add more colour? I really like typography art work the best, its super easy to create and it costs nothing!
20 comments on "The Beginning Of My (Very Wonky) Frame Wall."
  1. This is SO CUTE, Poppy! I <3 it!

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  2. This looks great! Would love to have this hanging on my own walls!

    http://industrialbarbie.blogspot.com/

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  3. This looks lovely, I especially love the 'Meow' one it's so cute! I also want some prints on my wall but like you said, they can get pricey so might have ago at making my own!

    Millie x | Millies Wardrobe

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    1. Yeah, definitely have a go at making some yourself! :)

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  4. This looks great! It's so good how you can have such simplistic pictures and drawings in the frames yet it still gives an impressive effect, especially how the frame placing isn't symmetrical. I think I'd get too caught up in making it look perfect but you've done a fab job!

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    1. Aw that's lovely! Thank you! :)

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  5. Very pretty, I love the minimalistic colour scheme of your room!

    Samantha Series | bloglovin

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    1. I have a small room so the minimalistic look makes it look bigger haha!

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  6. I love frame walls as well, your wall looks great!

    xxMel
    goldrusssh.blogspot.com

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  7. they look so good, very pinterest-y! i'd love to do this to a wall x
    natasha // eyebrows, inc.

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    1. Thanks :) it really enjoyed doing it! x

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