Today I got my craft on. I found an amazing arts shop in Camden, just by Chalk Farm station, called Slanchogled. I put quite a few pics up on my Instagram if you’re interested to see inside, and while I was there I came across this really cool retro bicycle printed wrapping paper – which subsequently gave me an idea for a piece of quirky wall art.
As you can see below, it’s super easy to make. All you have to do is cut around the backing of the frame so the paper is exactly the right size and place it in a nice, co-ordinating frame to hang in your house. I know you probably don’t need instructions on how to do this sort of thing, but I thought it would be great to show you, and perhaps give you a little inspiration next time you spot some nice wallpaper or cool wrapping paper.
The wrapping paper was £1.70 for a sheet, and I picked up a large 12 x 10 inch wooden frame at Asda for £7.00, so all in all a really cheap way to add some interest to your walls or sideboard. What do you think to this idea? Send me links if you try this easy DIY post.