Easy Change Photo Display

Have you been a follower for a long time?

Like before I got pregnant and quit blogging for months because my body required way too much sleep?

Like two years ago?

If so, you may remember me doing this chevron fabric art. If you click on that link, be warned, the photos are horrible. That was before I knew anything about taking decent pictures.


Don’t judge me and my photography skills. I beg of you.

Honestly, I have no idea what I was thinking with that project.

I like chevron. Obviously you know that, since I just made a stellar and super easy chevron tray.

But I don’t like that yellow chevron. And I didn’t have very much yellow in my living room to work with it.

My defense is that I was pregnant at that time, but didn’t know, and pregnancy brain had already kicked in.

That’s my story.

And I’m sticking to it.

That piece needed a makeover.

It has now became an easy change photo display.

Easy Change Photo Display {rainonatinroof.com} #photo #display

I switched out the chevron for navy and white striped fabric from Ikea. The same fabric I used for my kitchen curtains you may have seen in my kitchen tour.

Easy Change Photo Display {rainonatinroof.com} #photo #display

The navy and white works so much better with my living room.

I also added three mini clothespins to hold photos. I blinged them up with some glitter and used hot glue to secure them to the fabric.

Easy Change Photo Display {rainonatinroof.com} #photo #displayI found all the quotes on Pinterest.

Does this remind you of my sassy message board?

I thought it would.

Actually, I do use this to display real photos of my kiddos, but I figured you didn’t really want to see them. And they don’t want to be plastered all over the internet.

If you want to see how I did the fabric insert, go to this original post to see the tutorial. Once more though, don’t judge the photos, please.

Looking for more easy wall decor? Check these out:

How to Make a Silhouette the Easy Way

Sassy Fabric Covered Message Board

Monogram Photo Art

Vintage Nursery Rhyme Art

Song Lyrics as Wall Art

DIY Wall Art with Picmonkey

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  1. says

    Oooo! I love it! It really wasn’t bad with the chevron yellow…but I love it so much more now! And I love the quick-change idea. Especially because I always see good quotes or pictures that I want to hang and never have a not-so-permanent place! Pinning! :)

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