At the beginning of March I had the idea that I was going to do a blog post at the end of the month, recapping all of the outfits I wore for work, weekends, errands, etc. Well… who knew just a week later, we would all be in quarantine due to the Coronavirus! I must say, I have really been feeling the gravity of this situation we are all currently in and it has been hard for me to focus on anything else. However, with that being said, I am trying to get my mind off of everything and so here we are. I decided to do this post anyways even though I only had a few days out of the house in March. Once life gets back to normal, I will continue with this as a monthly series but for now, I am living in my pajamas! I hope y’all are staying safe, healthy and finding ways to cope with this situation. xoxo
Picture Frames:11×14 Black Wood Picture Frames – let me tell y’all, these are a GEM at Target!! Only $20 per frame and they are a dupe for the infamousCB2 Frames that are $65+ a pop! Now don’t get me wrong, I love the CB2 frames because they are square, come in more sizes and I even have some in my bedroom but these are just as beautiful and since I knew I was buying so many, I wanted to cut the price down.
These were a bit of a pain in the butt to nail because there are two hooks at the top and there isn’t enough wood frame to just hang it on the frame itself so it took some trial and error (sorry landlord LOL)
We went to Walgreens to print some photos out. These were size 11×14 and if you have never used Walgreens photo, it is super easy. You upload your photo online and then they print them out with whatever size you need within 2 hours! It is quick and the quality is perfect. I know CVS does this as well if you live closer to one of those. I’ve used both and don’t really prefer one over the other!
I think the wall turned out perfect and it looks SO much better than before! I need to have a conversation with whoever put that stupid breaker box in the middle of a living room! LOL, apartment life at it’s finest am I right?! All in all, the wall cost less than $100 to make(including prints) and is the perfect DYI for a weekend project!
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