I’m still working on that blank wall. It’s somewhat less blank now. We have a Robbie Jr. Cardboard Rhino Trophy from Cardboard Safari on Etsy. He’s my favourite part of the wall right now, and he’s been up the longest. Then there are five empty frames. I don’t know. I just don’t think I want a whole wall of blank frames. I think it’s time to start filling in the spaces with framed embroidery.
I’ve been hunting all over Etsy for some inspiration and for things that are just too wonderful that I have to buy them now. I can do basic embroidery; so, I can handle simple stuff. In honour of my husband and me getting married, I made the one monogram allowed at our wedding (others were strictly forbidden), which was set in a I-heart-mom kind of tattoo on some random fabric. All very basic stitches.
For something more complex, though, I’d rather buy it and have it well made. Here are some of the embroidery wall decorations that have really struck my fancy.
TurquoiseAlligator’s Chevron Embroidery Hoop
ButterflyAlley’s Mini Embroidery Hoop Wall Art
Bluebellsandbunting’s Moustache Wall Picture
MontclairMade’s Paper Airplane
CatShyCrafts’s Felt Cloud
Looploft’s Mustache Embroidery Hoop Art
Jenniferallevato’s Bunting Hoop Art