It's always such a blast to be a guest blogger for The Wood Connection and I'm so excited to share with you a project I made for my little girl's room.
I wanted to create a cozy reading nook for my daughter to encourage her budding reading skills. There was some unused space under her bunk bed that was just begging to be turned into a reading area. We put in huge pillows, shelving, fairy lights and a canopy around it so she could have her very own little space to relax and read.
The nook just needed a few final touches and that's where these fun bookends, banner and wall hang came in. They were the perfect addition to the reading nook.
Directions for the bookends:
Spray paint candle cups and wood letters gold and allow to dry. Paint both blocks using sea foam acrylic paint and allow to dry as well.
When all pieces are dry, attach the letters to the blocks using wood glue and attach the candle cups to the bottom of the blocks using wood glue as well. Let dry.
And that's it for the bookends! Pretty simple, right?
Directions for the banner:
Paint all pieces of banner wood with coral acrylic paint and let dry. Cut out pattern paper to fit the banner pieces and adhere to each piece. String baker's twine though the holes in the banner.
I painted and lightly distressed the box sign to hang on the wall of the reading space. I had a sweet little card that my daughter received for her 1st birthday and I thought it would look darling inside the box sign.
So there you have it! Three extremely quick and easy projects to add a little sweetness to any space.
Thanks for stopping by!
Modern Alphabet wood letters
4x6 Photo Block
Banner Shape Flag
Banner Shape Triangle
Sea foam blue and coral acrylic paint - available at The Wood Connection
Gold spray paint