Well, if you’ve been around CampClem blog for a while, you might have noticed that a lot of my art doesn’t make the cut. It ends up getting gifted or painted over or repurposed or whatever…
So I thought you might be curious about my DIY art that has made it over the years and is still on display at our casa today. So let’s go on a little art tour, okay? Wheee!
I still love Li’l Bro’s baseball player painting. It is painted to match his PBK home run sheet set. We are looking to add encouraging phrases and scripture written all around the player (in the sky)… I think that could look way cool!
I also did a 3′ x 4′ canvas for Big Bro’s room too. I found the image inspiration through a google search, and I just added his jersey number from his first baseball season. If Li’l Bro’s canvas like this gets the scripture treatment, this one will too.
I also made this sweet 16″ x 20″ canvas for Li’l Bro before he was born. It’s a PBK inspiration (mine only cost a couple of bucks, though!).
Sissy’s room also has some PBK-inspired art.
There are three 16″ x 20″ canvases…
…and two 18″ x 24″ paintings.
They managed to survive for a couple of years…
…before they got tweaked with a little scrapbook paper and fabric scrap details.
These two pictures are still hanging in her room, too. I painted the left frame and mod-podged the second. And the photos were taken in my simple DIY home photo studio.
And then there’s this 16″ x 20″ painting with Psalm 105:1-3 freehanded onto it. It got a major upgrade when this thrifted 22.5″ x 26.5″ frame was painted and weathered to perfection for it. Now it lives over the refinished “dirty 20’s” buffet.
And finally, maybe my favorite piece: this big 21.5″ x 6′ Galatians 5:22-23 fence plank art hangs in our living room. I see it every day, and it is a great reminder to me that if I want the fruits, I’ve got to walk in the Spirit.
Hmm… now as for our bedroom, bathrooms, dining room, and kitchen walls, they are still blank slates (waiting for my creative mayhem?!).
So, does anyone else have any DIY art on the walls? Do tell!