Hello! My name is Liz from the blog, Love Grows Wild, and I am so excited to be here! Today I have a fun piece of artwork to share with you from our kid’s playroom we are currently making over! This Framed Giraffe Kids Art was created simply with a dollar store frame and some scrapbook paper. It adds a whimsical touch to the room and was very inexpensive to make!
I recently added white shelves in o ur playroom over the toy storage bins, and wanted some inexpensive artwork to help fill up the shelf space. I got the idea for this sweet giraffe art from NanaCompany and decided to recreate it with scrapbook paper instead of fabric!
I simply cut a giraffe silhouette from some blue polka dot scrapbook paper and glued it to a piece of white card stock. If you’re not the best free-hand drawer (like me!), you can find lots of giraffe shapes on Google Images!
To bump up the cuteness factor, I wrote a sweet message from Mr. Giraffe in a pretty cursive font with a black fine tip Sharpie.
I found a silver 8 x 10 frame from The Dollar Tree (gosh, I love that store!) and framed my little giraffe inside.
Super cute new art for our playroom makeover for a grand total of $1 = Awesome!
Wouldn’t this be adorable in a baby’s nursery? Thanks so much for letting me share this with you today, and I hope you’ll stop by Love Grows Wild to see more fun projects like this!
I am a wife and mother of two rough and tough little boys, and when I’m not chasing my little super heroes, I’m sharing my creative passion on my blog, Love Grows Wild. I write about my crafts, DIY projects, home decor, recipes, organization tips, and more! I’ve always got a new project up my sleeve, and I love making new friends, so stop by and say hi anytime!