Fixer Upper Style Wall Decor

Easy, cheap, yet simple cute wall décor! Especially for the farmhouse, country, rustic lover! Everyone will want you to make them one too!

fixer upper style wall decor
Go grab a cheap frame, or better yet find one in your garage or basement! The uglier the better! We are just worried about the wooden frame, not the picture in it! Found this one for $3.99! Now rip out all the insides - glass and all!
fixer upper style wall decor
Paint your frame! Pick your favorite color! I went with an off-white neutral color! But you can have fun with an accent color of your choice! Splash color all over the wooden frame!
fixer upper style wall decor
Get yourself some floral or jewelry wire, scissors, wire cutter and twine for the next steps!
fixer upper style wall decor
Find some Easter eggs you like! You can even get the blank paper Mache ones and paint them yourself! Get the plastic, foam or wood ones, and drill a hole directly through the center of about 10 of them. That's what I used for this project size.
fixer upper style wall decor
Thread the wire through each egg to form a circle. Tie it off with the wire ends that are left showing. Then place it on your chicken wire that you have stapled to your frame. This is the back view. You can see the green wire is attached to the back side (so it's not showing on the front).
fixer upper style wall decor
Cut some twine pieces to help secure the egg wreath to the frame, and at the same time, giving it some extra style! I just tied simple bows on mine.
fixer upper style wall decor
And here is the finished project! Frame, chicken wire, and eggs! Simple, cute and farmhouse all the way! And here's a second add a timeless wreath to your project so you can display it all year round...make a cotton wreath to add to it!

fixer upper style wall decor
So who's ready to try this easy DIY? What's your favorite style?

Find all my daily DIY inspiration on Facebook at "Sonia's Shabby Chic - Junk Monkey Paint" or Sonia's Shabby Chic.

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3 questions
  • Pat Crane Wojciechowski
    on Apr 19, 2017

    Where did you get the cotton wreath? They are usually so expensive.
    • Deb Carpenter Terry
      on May 10, 2017

      It would be a thoughtful gesture to ask the farmer of the cotton field for permission to take some or even wait until after harvesting when there is usually a good amount left behind.
  • Judy
    on Apr 21, 2017

    Love this. And thank you also to every one who posted how to make cotton bolls. One ? did you save the magnolia picture? I am originally from MS. and am always looking for magnolia pictures.

  • Gruber
    on Oct 17, 2018

    How much time do you need to make this? :)

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