DIY Wall Art and Reading Nook
Wall Art and Hanging Swing Reading Nook!
Start by defining where you want to have your little reading nook.
Here's my boring space which was pretty lifeless.
Find a fun stencil. I got this one on Etsy. Remember that you will overlap one row of your stencil each time you move it to pencil in more. That way the pattern is consistent.
Always start at the corner. You can start at the bottom corner or the top corner. For this project, I started at the bottom.
Here's a look at what I drew. This pattern was a little morethan intense th
Here's an idea of how the pattern started to look. This stencil pattern was a little more intense than some of the other patterns I've done in the past.
Working my way up.
Decide your colors. I chose black and hot pink. You can't really tell from this picture, but I went and marked each place I wanted to put the hot pink color, so that I knew all the rest would be black. Painting each section took the longest for this project.
I found the skull at a flea market. I love it on this wall!
I hung my swing from the ceiling and added some pillows and a blanket. I often meditate in this corner in the swing. My kids love this area too!
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