In My Own Style showed me How To Make Inexpensive Wall Art using weather-resistant outdoor table cloths, foam, frames and a staple gun. Gave me plenty of inspiration to wrap some colorful material (non-dye running material after my experience with the effects of a rain storm on my Indian table runner) around some foam board to mount on the side of my house with Command strips.
|Credit: Website, above, In My Own Style, Diane Henkler, May 30, 2012.|
|Credit, website above. Ciera Design Studio, Ciera Holzenthal, June 1, 2014.|
And, how about this for totally "on" the wall decor to appreciate at night:
Great Explorations Glow-in-the-Dark Star Explosion (Kohls, about $23 for 725 pieces, including sticky putty). When I moved into the present Maison Newton (my retirement home), the two kids' rooms had these on their ceilings. I did NOT take them down and toss them out. I kept some up on the ceiling in the guest room, but removed them from the ceiling in my would-be den/library; however, I used several to decorate around the crown of my campaign-style poster bed (they help lull me to sleep as I catch glimpses of them subtly glowing in the dark), and I saved the rest. I just dug them out! I'll clean off some spots on my Shezebo frame, stick them up, and try them out. If they work, I'll buy a box and go to down. What girl doesn't like a little Moonglow and Starlight in her life?