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Thursday, March 8, 2018

Watercolor Bunnies Art Gallery


I am having so much fun changing out the art on the gallery wall in the hallway......maybe too much fun since I just changed it a couple of weeks ago.


I filled my empty window panes with watercolor art that that I printed on card stock.     I don't have a fancy printer,   just an inexpensive one from Walmart that was about 60-70 dollars.


If you would like to have some prints to hang or frame,  most of them can be found on my Pinterest page on the Print It board......... https://www.pinterest.com/penny2005/print-it/


I have a small filing cabinet in the garage that I put my prints in......so,  I can use them again and again.


I hung crocheted pieces behind the empty windows so I could easily pin a print up......and easily change it out....lol!


I love the softness of the watercolor prints.......


I even found a watercolor egg print to hang on my gallery wall.


I didn't have enough matching letters to spell out Easter,   so I had to mix enamel and metal letters to get it done.


Look at those eyes.......


Aren't the watercolor leaves gorgeous!


Before......................................................After 

 I asked H to take down the metal piece in the center of the windows so I could have more room for prints!


I added a few touches of Easter at the far end of the hallway.


A simple crystal bowl of eggs........


And a sweet couple of foil bunnies.


I also hung a banner across the rustic doors at the far end of the hallway.


I make a lot of my banners,   but this one came from the clearance isle at Hobby Lobby last year.


It was less than $2 at 90% off.......can't pass up a good buy!


Thanks for stopping by..........come back soon!

27 comments:

  1. Love your prints. Will have to go on Pinterest and find your print page.

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  2. Wow. You leave no stone left unturned. Lovely.

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  3. Love how you mixed and matched the Easter enamel and metal letters Debbie and those watercolor printables are gorgeous. So soft and ethereal. The whole gallery wall looks amazing

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    1. Hi Michelle, Glad you like my gallery wall! (my name is Penny....not Debbie)

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  4. Your bunnies are so soft and beautiful, along with everything else.

    Kathleen

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  5. Mmmm those bunnies are the SWEETEST! Love them.

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  6. Love the gallery....especially with those adorable bunny prints. The hallway looks wonderful.

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  7. Your prints are stunning. The bunnies are the sweetest
    Hugs

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  8. Love the watercolor prints! How pretty!

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  9. Very nice. Love those prints.

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  10. What a wonderful idea for an easy to change print display venue. Your home looks gorgeous.

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  11. That banner really was a great buy lol I hear you on that! I am absolutely in love with the watercolor bunnies! You did an awesome job setting them up just so in that window frame. Love it and Pinned! xo Kathleen

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  12. Did you do the paintings? I have old windows waiting for me to do something with. Maybe when Spring gets here I will be motivated. Love the idea
    Janice

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  13. I drool whenever I look at you Pinterest board; so many images I just love.

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  14. So cute! Thanks for sharing at Friday Frenzy Link Party! PINNED :)

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  15. Those watercolor bunnies really are darling! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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  16. Just beautiful. I love your idea of an Art Gallery Wall. Thanks for sharing on Sunday's Best.

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  17. Penny,
    Love the water color prints and I do not know if you remember or not, but every year I tell you how much I love those foil Bunnies.....
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  18. The printer is a DIYer's best friend. These are all fabulous. Thanks for linking to Keep In Touch.

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  19. That's such a pretty way to hang art. Love the crochet added to the back of the window so you can easily pin new art.

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  20. What a great idea to have your own art gallery. Love, love your bunnies and flowers!

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  21. I don't have enough words to tell you how happy these bunnies and spring flowers make me! (Especially the bunnies!) Joy!

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