The kitchen artwork in our home has bothered me because I have intended to change our kitchen wall art regularly but never seem to get around to it.
So my solution is to prepare a bunch of kitchen art at once and have a stack ready to change when I flip our calendars each month.
Types of Kitchen Artwork
- Patterned paper. I bought some patterned paper at a scrapbook store, cut it to 5×7 size.
- Photos. I added some of my own already printed 5×7 photos.
- Quotes. And I typed out some quotes to add to the mix.
UPDATE: Having a stack of ready-to-go options for kitchen artwork is working and I LOVE it! I’m regularly changing our kitchen artwork when I flip over my photo calendar.
This is project 5 of 37 Projects. 37 Projects is a year-long set of projects I am attempting to complete before my 37th birthday. I have a growing list of projects I’d like to do (mostly craft projects) and I am picking from my list for this project. I was inspired by Elise Blaha Cripe’s 26 Projects. See projects 1, 2, and 3.