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I’ve mentioned once or twice that I have a thing for word art. And a thing for gallery walls. And a thing for word art in a gallery wall. So obviously the next step was to create a gallery wall with nothing but word art, right?
I had already collected a couple of prints from The Crooked Nook and Petit Ink, so when Minted contacted me to see if I’d be interested in a couple of their pieces, I knew I had to jump into some more word art. And there are so many adorable choices!
Pretty stinking cute, right? I had a terrible time narrowing down my choices and ultimately turned to my number one boss lady (Samantha) for help. Since the prints were going in the room she shares with her sister, I figured she should have some say in the matter.
I ended up ordering her two favorites, framed.
We were totally excited when these arrived in the mail (and quickly!). Samantha immediately wanted to go out and buy frames for the other prints I had purchased. We headed over to Michaels (since you can always find discount codes for that place 😉 ).
Now, in my head, we were on the prowl for white frames in different textures (like maybe this and this). I thought they’d pop against the purple wall we were planning to hang the prints on and I also thought it would help tie all of the prints together without being overly matchy. My opinionated little doll face had other ideas though. She caught sight of a section of 8×10 glitter frames and our search was immediately squashed. Her little heart was set.
Unfortunately, the lighting in this corner of my girls’ room is sort of terrible for photo taking, so I had trouble getting a decent shot. But right now, this is what the wall looks like. I think we’ll add a couple of small pieces to make it feel more even, but we like the off kilter. Probably because we’re a little off kilter.
Are you guys into word art? Or do you prefer more traditional pictures?