Wall décor comes in many forms and definitely isn’t limited to framed art and canvases. Elisa from The Self Life added some dimension and interest to her daughter’s nursery with a decoupaged deer head created from a craft store figurine. I love how Elisa clustered the deer on the wall with other items for a gallery effect. Too cute!
After admiring some of the lovely faux ceramic animal heads on the market lately (these are from Williams-Sonoma), I had a'hankerin' to make my own, but in a lighter and easier to assemble material- paper mache'! My original plan was to paint my dear doe in gloss white to mimic the look of ceramic, but then I had the idea to use sheet music. A trip to the thrift store left me with a book on harmony (which perhaps I should have read before ripping to shreds) to cover my deer with. And of…
Are you obsessed with animal heads as much as I am? Not the real ones, mind you. The faux taxidermy kind. Yes? No? Well either way, you are guaranteed to love these new Mod Podge Rocks! Peel & Stick Stencils as much as I do. I wanted something super cute and modern to go […]
There are some occasions when crafting isn’t always appropriate. For me, it’s Father’s Day. Though I’m sure my dad would appreciate anything I crafted for him, I’m less sure about what he might actually want to keep. HOWEVER, when Ashley came up with this ram head, I knew it would be an awesome Father’s Day […]
A fleet of foxes! Each one is unique. The perfect addition to your family room, child's bedroom or even the kitchen. Cleverly decked out in cotton batik fabric and recycled Montana topographical maps. Ready to hang in any room of your abode. This one of a kind piece of folk art is sure to be a conversation piece. Montana Fox measures 5 " wide, 8 " high and 7" deep, and is fitted with a hanging wire. Faux fox taxidermy, folks.....it's all the rage.