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How To Make 1960’s Wallpaper Photo Mounts
There are so many DIY tutorials out there that are overly complicated, seriously, who has time for that? Today’s post is one of the easiest DIY projects I’ve ever made, and it was such an effective way to update my home for the summer. Especially, when using glorious, yellow 1960’s wallpaper. You will love this project, and the effect is just fabulous! It brightens a room, no end.
All you have to do is find a picture you want to use. I advise checking some decor magazines for inspiration or images. The postcard used from ‘Whitley Bay’ was a freebie from Homes and Antiques last year.
You will need:
Washi Tape (optional)
I used the glass from my frame to measure what size of wallpaper I needed and got cutting.
The wallpaper was a little bendy as it arrived in a rolled tube, so I decided to glue it to the piece of paper that comes in all frames.
It flattened itself out quite nicely! I love the colours ^_^ the frame was one I found at my parent’s house and painted with some gloss craft paint. The blue was a random mix I made up myself.
I used washi tape and a tiny bit of blue tac to secure my postcard to the wallpaper. The washi tape won’t leaves too much of a mess and I can change the image next year should I wish too! If you create this, I would love to see so let me know in the comments below.