Paper Crafted Home Decor!

HollyAndersonHEAD Paper Crafted Home Decor!

Holly Anderson

Hello, y’all! So, probably like you, my favorite paper crafting thing to do is to make cards, and I have made many in the past few weeks, trust me! Some of them turned out pretty cute too, if I do say so myself! Today, however, I want to share something other than cards. There are so many wonderful things you can do with a bit of patterned paper, so I thought I would show you something I have done.

As a veteran of college life, I’m used to moving around and living in small apartments, but a home is a home, and the appearance of your environment can actually make a pretty big difference on your mood. It is amazing what a little decoration can do to lift your spirits, so what little you can do is worth it. That is why I had to find a way to, with little cash and a temporary mindset, beautify my apartment—I went the route of patterned paper. Here is a picture of my living room décor.

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Want to try it? Please do! It’s very simple.

For the big circles, take a square piece of patterned paper and fold it back and forth, in an accordion fold.

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Fold in half and tape together. You will need three sheets to make a full circle.

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For the smaller ones, you need only one square sheet of paper. Cut it in half, fold back and forth, and tape together to form a circle.

Make many and in different sizes and then arrange however you please. Using different but cohesive patterns makes it interesting and modern.

I attached mine to the wall with a generous amount of sticky tack. It’s super easy and so cute! And the best part? It only costs as much as one paper stack and a bit of sticky tack. I can’t even tell you how many compliments I have gotten on these this past year.

Well, that is all for now. I hope you’ve liked my posts. Sadly, this will be the last one from me, as my internship with Paper Crafts magazine is coming to a close next week. Thank you for all of your inspiration and kind words, and happy holidays!

Holly

 

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24 Responses to Paper Crafted Home Decor!

  1. debb says:

    Holly – your decorations are fab! I wish you luck as you move on from your internship.

  2. Pam Spradlin says:

    Love your decorations Holly…Good luck on your next endeavor…I know you will succeed.

  3. joy says:

    These rosettes are absolutely adorable, Holly! What a cute way to decorate with little money! Best wishes to you!!

  4. auntie em says:

    Best wishes in what ever you take on next! :)

  5. Amanda M says:

    Happy holidays to you as well. Best of luck in your future! Super cute decor, and incredibly resourceful.

  6. Ellie A. says:

    Oh your SO going to be big Missed! (((HUGS))) Sweet Decorations darling.

  7. Becky Sorensen says:

    Beautiful!! You have done a great job. Good luck on your next adventure!

  8. Cindy C. says:

    What a cool idea! Thanks for sharing.

  9. Beautiful and creative way to decorate your apartment, Holly! Best wishes and best of luck for your next adventure. Have a happy and merry holiday season. :)

  10. Carol M. says:

    This is a great way to decorate a wall without putting holes in the wall!! Which I’m sure your landlord is thrilled with too! Good luck and have a Merry Christmas & the best of New Years to come!!

  11. Very cute!
    Best of luck in wherever you go next!

  12. Marianne H says:

    Good luck in your future endeavors.

  13. Diana Newman says:

    Holly, Great decorations. Great job on the blog at Paper Crafts Connections and may only good things come your way.

  14. Love your decorations! Best wishes for whatever you do in life.

  15. Jeanne says:

    I was just making these the other day to put on my wall! I saw on pinterest where they were stacked and all connected. I like yours way better!

  16. Merry Christmas to all! Beautiful set of paper, Teresa Collins is one of my favorites. Thank you for a chance to win. The rosettes are wonderful thank you for sharing!

  17. Toni Storie says:

    This is a really cute home decor idea!

  18. Tammy Valley says:

    Thank you Holly. These were so cute. I wish you all the best with your future endevors.

  19. Katie Norling says:

    Thanks for the great idea! Off to go try it!

  20. Kathy Mc says:

    Your rosettes/medallions are beautiful. Great idea for wall decor and fairly inexpensive. Best of luck to you in the future! I’m sure we’ll see you in the paper-crafting world. Happy Holidays, Holly!

  21. Lovely fan flowers,decor! Great tutorial,TFS!..:)

  22. Bartemous Black says:

    Thanks for sharing your talent! Great job. Happy future endeavors!

  23. Stacy Caddy says:

    Awesome idea, I will have to make a bunch of these for my Granddaughters room… TFS!

  24. Judy says:

    Love the decorations! Good luck as you move on. You will be missed.

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