Posts Tagged ‘wall art’



I feel like I’ve already done a bunch of holiday decor projects this year, but I had a wall that needed a little something and was in the mood for one more project. Unfortunately, my wallet was not. So I gathered up some supplies that I already had in the house and created this removable wall art custom decals DIY. *If you don’t have these items on-hand already, this project will still only set you back about $15.


The full tutorial is right here on Curbly.

But before you click over,  I thought it was worth mentioning that I’ve been dying to use that copper contact paper for almost a year now. Yep, I’ve had it that long – was just waiting for the perfect project… Thought you would appreciate my craziness… Do you ever do that? Hold on to something for eternity until the ‘perfect’ project makes it’s way into your head?

Photography, concept, and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff

P.S. Be sure to check out the most recent 24 Merry Days giveaways…Melanie from You Are My Fave is giving away a $250 gift certificate to Land of Nod and Audrey from This Little Street (who is the smarty who dreamed up 24 Merry Days in the first place) is giving away a pair of Swedish Hasbeens!


Calendar Roundup for 2014

Every year, around Christmas time, I get a new calendar (or two) to get a jumpstart on the new year. Is it me or is there something about a new calendar and a new year that makes you feel like absolutely anything is possible?

So I rounded up eleven of my favorite calendars to give you the kick in the pants you need to start thinking about 2014…

Awesome Things: Best of 2014 Calendars

1. 2014 minerals calendar from Lindsay Jones

2. sung calendar 2014 from Snug.Studio

3. 2014 astrology wall calendar from Prismatic Print Shop

4. 2014 Frankie magazine calendar from Frankie Press

5. oversized wall calendar for 2014 from One Canoe Two

6. 2014 Scandinavian floral calendar from The House That Lars Built

Best of 2014 Calendars (part 2)

7. 2014 prisms calendar from Julia Kostreva

8. 2014 calendar from Linda & Harriett

9. big number 2014 calendar from Decoylab

10. 2014 ‘Ain’t nobody got time for that’ calendar from Cranny

11. 2014 Stendig calendar from Need Supply

Don’t see your favorite calendar listed? Leave a link to your faves in the comments below. Always up for discovering a few more.

P.S. Brittany from The House that Lars Built is giving away a Public bike today, as a part of the 24 Merry Days giveaway event! Enter to win the bike here.



We recently moved into a new place and we’re in the process of picking out paint colors and getting the walls painted. Once the paint is done, and I mean the second that it’s done, artwork is going up. The walls feel so bare without it – not quite like home. Know what I mean?

And with all the art we’ve collected over the years, there is plenty of artwork to be hung. But we also have a lot more space in this new house, so I need to buy some new pieces too.

That said, I have a sneaking suspicion that a few of these linocut prints from Printwork will be making their way onto my walls soon – especially that large scallop print on the right (image above). It’s one of my favorites. I can’t stop staring at all the textures and patterns that Toni, the artist, has created. And they look so good on the wall together, even without frames. Don’t you think?

So, here’s the deal…I hung a handful of pieces temporarily to figure out placement and decide which ones I just can’t live without. Would you mind helping me decide on some keepers from this group?


Love all the line work in this one. This Tribal linocut would be good for the bedroom or hallway.

more from printwork

I’m really diggin’ the black and grey pieces, with a couple of pops of color. That light blue is a good accent color. Not too bright. Not too neutral.

perfect for the kitchen

This Eat Delicious Food linocut print would be great in the kitchen.

closeup print by Printwork

And here’s a closeup of my fave piece. I love the irregularities in block prints. It makes me want to reach out and touch it. You know what I mean?

Hanging prints in a cluster

Styling and photography by Brittni Mehlhoff

Visit Printwork to view all available prints. And be sure to use one of these discount codes if you find something you love… Get 20% off of all orders (excludes shipping) with the code PRINTWORKLOVE or get 40% off when you spend $50.00 or more with the code GET40 (both offers expire Nov. 10th).

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