Hello friends! Amy here today from The Happy Scraps, and I’m so excited to be sharing our DIY Master Bedroom Decor with you today. We recently moved, and we have a lot more space do decorate now. Where we lived previously, we didn’t really have a color them or anything for our master bedroom. Since moving, I’ve decided that I want to use the colors gray, white, orange, and navy in our master bedroom. When I saw that the Jen Hadfield Everyday Collection had these colors, I knew I had to do something with them for our bedroom!
I wanted to make something to go above our bed, on the wall. I decided I’d cut out some wood shapes to apply paper to.
Once I had the wood cut out, I traced my shapes onto the back of the paper I wanted to use.
Then I cut out the paper.
I painted the edges of my wood white. I like to do this after I trace the paper, so I don’t end up with a pencil line showing on my paint.
Using wood glue, I spread some onto my wood. I spread it out with a sponge brush, then applied my paper.
I smoothed out the paper well, making sure it was stuck to the wood really well.
Once I had all my wood letters and shapes finished, I decided I also wanted to add a banner to hang above the wood on the wall. I pulled out my banner punch board and had it put together in no time.
After I punched the holes in the top, I used baker’s twine to string the little triangles together.
Then I hung them on the wall. I’m so giddy over how it all came together and turned out!
What kind of decor do you have in your master bedroom?