Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Flower clip wall hanging

Before Lily was born I made her a bunch of flower clips using silk flowers.  I wanted a creative way to display them in her nursery so I came up with this.


 I used a frame I already had and just took out the glass and backing.  I laid the flowers out in the frame on the floor to figure out where I wanted to string picture hanging wire across to clip the flower clips to.


 My husband screwed through the back of the frame with small screws, leaving a small space between the screw head and the frame.  He added thick picture hanging wire, stringing horizontally across the frame opening.  He twisted each side around the screws.  It didn't take long and was pretty easy.


Then I just clipped her flower clips to the wire strung across.  I love it because it keeps her clips accessible while adding a really cute wall hanging to her nursery.

Learn to make the flower hair clips to clip onto this here.
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16 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh!! I am totally making this for my little girl!! Do you mind if I link your blog to mine when I do make it? SO CUTE!

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  2. So cute!!! I was just about to start my own project similar to this. Looks adorable hanging on the nursery wall. Nice work :)

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  7. My sister is having a little girl, this would be so cute in her nursery! (all boys in this house) I'd love for you to link up at DIY Thrifty Thursday @ wwww.thrifty101.blogspot.com

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  8. Such a darling and simple idea! I love, love, love it.

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  9. That so cool! I love it! My girl need one.
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  10. What an absolutely gorgeous storage idea!!! Just beautiful! I'm so glad you linked it to the Tuesday To Do party! Can't wait to see what lovely you post next!
    smiles!
    Jami

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