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New Year = Hallway Makeover = SIMPLIFY

We have taken a few weeks off from homeschooling, which means I have a few more minutes in the day to do something I want to do....decorate, redecorate and recreate our home. Isn't a home always evolving to what you want (at that time?)....I finally finished painting the hallway to match the playroom/schoolroom which leads into each other.  I took off all the old pictures and decorations and went SIMPLE...that is my new word for the new year SIMPLE!  I think it turned out nicely. I am thinking a large mirror for the opposite side...

UPDATE:  Just wanted to tell you all how I did this....I took close profile pictures of the kids, printed them, put a piece of black paper behind the picture and cut it out...mounted them and framed them!  EASY BREEZY...the vinyl I bought on ebay, but it was hard to put on and some of it is still not sticking the best, I might have to "operate" and glue some of it down...

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musicalmary said…
You are so talented! Come to my house, please!
melismama said…
lol Not really that talented Mary...just creative....I can't sew a button to save my life! lol
The Adventurer said…
Love the silhouettes of your children
with their names beneath. Looks amazing:) Tell me how you did that!
Lindsay said…
Very cute!! Good job!
Jamie said…
We have been discussing the same MOTTO to stary the new year off SIMPLE HEALTHY HAPPY AND CLEAN
I like your wall,it is so cute and very simple.
Kristin said…
Ca UU te! Love the names!
Your silhouettes look great! My husband made some for me a couple years ago. He used a similar method to what you used, but he used a laser cutter to cut them out of vinyl. You can check 'em out if you like.
I'm dying to do silhouettes of my kids. I've been putting it off, but you make it look so easy! Thanks for following me, I'm returning the love :)
Erin said…
This looks fantastic!!!! :)
melismama said…
Thanks everyone for your kind words I will admit, I have not yet finished the trim in the hallway or painted a few of the doors...they are on my 1st quarter 2011 TO DO list!

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