When I saw this wallpaper by Justina Blakeney (aka the Jungalow Queen) for Hygge and West, I was immediately in love! I thought long and hard about where I could put it in our home and although I was really thinking about putting it in the kitchen, I ultimately decided we aren’t the type of people that can handle wallpaper due to our quickly changing minds. Plus our walls are original to the 1936 home so they have a texture to them that would have to be replaced for wallpaper. Instead, I decided to order a few samples of the beloved wallpaper and make a print instead!
I was trying to find the perfect quote to put in my frame so I headed over to my Quotes Pinterest board. There were so many quotes I was choosing from, I kept searching and searching and the thought “less scrolling, more making” came to me. I think I needed that reminder, sometimes it is best to stop scrolling and “looking” for more inspiration when the best way to learn is to just make it.
I originally planned to cut out some of the letters and have the leaves overlap the letters for a look similar to this but ultimately decided simple is better. Thankfully, wallpaper is very forgiving against stickers and I didn’t have trouble re-doing the print! Anyways, enough background…here is how you make your own framed wallpaper quote!
Materials: Wallpaper sample, White one-inch sticker letters, tape, frame, right angle ruler.
Process: Plan out your quote with your stickers. Measure the size of your wallpaper sample and how many lines you’ll need for your quote. Mark the lines equally measured apart. Using your right angle, place it where the first line will go and put your stickers in place to spell out your quote. Continue until your quote is finished! Then, using the tape, secure in place in the frame and hang!