I have a serious obsession with vintage fabrics. Every junk and antique show I go to I am guaranteed to come home with at least one new quilt or vintage blanket. Recently I decided rather than just storing all these beautiful vintage fabrics that it was time to put them to use in my home. Since I’m sort of on a decorating kick in the girl room that’s where I decided to start.
I decided to make a corner vignette, and I started by making a sign on a blank canvas.
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Look at how crisp and nice the lines were when I peeled off the stencil. Next I stuck these vinyl letters over the dry stencil design. Then I rolled Tulip home gold paint over the entire design. When I peeled off the letters I didn’t like how bright the white was, so then I used the same blue paint to fill in the letters.
Next I took a vintage shirt and pinned it onto an empty cardboard box. I used the same stencil method with this stencil and rolled a gorgeous gold flower onto the shirt.
Then again I did the same thing with this gold fabric and the blue paint.
My last little project for this vignette was my “loved” pillow. I cut a portion out of one of my vintage blankets and made an envelope pillow cover. Then I stuck the vinyl letters onto the pillow.
Then I just rolled the gold paint right over the vinyl letters.
Then I removed the vinyl letters from my pillowcase and put a down insert into it to make this perfect “Loved” pillow.
After all my projects were dry I just used these thrifted embroidery hoops to display my beautifully stenciled pieces. The navy hoops are actually just an old t-shirt with a pretty pattern that I cut up and put into the hoops. I am completely in love with this little vignette. I love how it displays some of my treasured linens and textiles, as well as adds some color to my neutral walls.
Next up I’ll be sharing the gallery wall that I created on the opposite side of the room! Look how pretty my embroidery hoop vignette looks from across the room!
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