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I had an area on the side of one of the windows in our kitchen eating area that was begging for attention. I started brainstorming and decided to use two wooden ledge shelves that I had laying around from our old house in Georgia. I sprayed them Oil Bronze and hung them at a stagger. I am still working on putting decoration items up but for now this is what it looks like:
The small candle stick holder needs to be sprayed Oil Bronze as well still but I ran out of spray paint and need to buy more. I’m not set on keeping the candle stick holders up there but for now they are kind of a filler. I plan on putting holiday decor items up in the future!
The kind of scalloped edge frame is from Goodwill that I sprayed Oil Bronze (can you tell I’m a fan? It’s just a little fancier than a black, swoon!) The littler mother plaque was a gift from my mom for a Christmas a couple years ago. The letter B I sprayed, yep, Oil Bronze and then covered it in fancy scrapbook paper. I picked a light green to match the green in the plaque.
Traced and cut out paper letter. I just used spray glue to adhere it to the wooden letter. I didn’t want to use Modge Podge because I may decide in the future to change the paper.
This was another Goodwill frame that I sprayed and lined with fun scrapbook paper. The colors are more vivid but do “kind of match” the curtains that I made for all of the kitchen windows. The little B I bought from Hobby Lobby and sprayed it.
I brought down the Burlap Bubble Wreath I had made for our guest room and hung it on the wall beside one of the cabinets.
(Ignore the red paint behind the cream…yes, we still need to make our own crown molding and hang it).
Sorry the lighting is so off.
I like how it turned out, what do you think?