Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Unique idea to fill an awkward space

I teased you guys on Friday by showing you the supplies for my next project but didn't fill you in on the details. Well, it's done!

It started with a vision in my head and these supplies...

And turned into this...


A close-up of the beads...

One more peek of the overall pattern...


Want to replicate this look? Here's what you'll need:


1. Expandable sash rods from Walmart
2. Jute twine from Michaels
3. Various beads
4. Fishing Line

The variations of this project are endless. Switch up the patterns, add in lots of colors, etc. Use your imagination and make it your own!

I'm really excited to let you in on a little something I've been lining up. Starting this Friday, I'll be sharing guest posts where some fabulous ladies will be dishing out the details on various things they did solely because of their blog. Friday's guest....you'll be so excited!


Have a beautiful day, friends!

6 comments:

pam {simple details} said...

I love how you think outside the box! It's the perfect bit of texture, detail and neutral color for that space! It looks like something you'd see in a gallery! The Friday series sounds fun, anxious for your first guest!

Sonya Sosa said...

Oh super cool! wouldn't have guessed that's what you were up to, but that's what I love about your projects....always thinking outside the box! So is it Friday yet? Sounds fun.

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

that is so neat! i had no idea what you were doing with those- i love this! interesting and cool

Lisa Scibilia said...

Such a creative idea for that narrow wall! I love that your home isn't cookie cutter - you do your own thing and make it interesting and reflective of your family and your personality! And the beads you chose - so pretty.

Diana @ Your Day Simplified said...

You are so creative. What a great, inexpensive example of original art! I love the texture. I'll be excited to see your first guest on Friday!

Linda @ it all started with paint said...

What a fabulous and unique piece of wall art you created! If I did that in my house I know my kids would constantly be moving the beads around ... oh, and the "big" kid would get in on the action too!

:)

Linda

And thanks for you kind comment on my guest post at Cassie's blog yesterday!

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