Our master bathroom is done in black and white toile (you can see it here). I have mostly black, white and silver accents in there. It was time for a change!
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I’ve loved these shell prints that I made. They look really good with the creamy yellow walls (Venetian Plaster).
But I wanted to introduce some splashes of color. So I decided to remake these shell prints and I didn’t want to spend any money.
These black and white prints were originally these goose prints that I got at Goodwill believe it or not!
Originally I used Vintage Printable to print out the black and white shells.
All I did was spray paint the frames black, print and attach the shell prints to the existing goose print and called it done! So easy!
This time I went to the Graphics Fairy and found some wonderful vintage coral clip art to use in my new prints.
I did have to re-size them in Photoshop because these are small frames. I also added the yellow background with Photoshop (mainly because I didn’t have any card stock only white printer paper on hand).
Then all I had to do was cut them to size and insert them into the frames.
These frames are the perfect size for that narrow space between the window and door frame.
Easy peasy project! Love that and LOVE, love, love how the colors pop in the black frame.
Click on the image below to go to the Graphics Fairy to get your own free clip art.