So, last month I tried my hand at a project I saw on Thrifty Decorating. I failed at it. I really need Nikki to come sit with me or something while I do it. At any rate, it involved cutting a piece of foam board into a rectangular frame shape. So I had this foam board sitting around and a big, empty space on my wall. We've invited people over for a little party on Saturday and I really wanted to have something up. Out of desperation I took some scrap fabric that I love, my trusty mod podge, and my foam board. Here the result:
I cut the fabric into random sizes and mod podged it on to the board. I would recommend going around the edges first and then covering the rest to create a random pattern. I would also warn that the mod podge you put under the fabric is more important that the mod podge on top. The under layer acts as the glue and will keep the raw edges down.
This project was essentially free because I already owned all the supplies. It only took an hour and that it because I was on the phone the whole time I worked on it!
Since it's St. Patrick's Day I'd like to leave you with an Irish Blessing:
May your blessings outnumber the shamrocks that grow,
and my trouble avoid you wherever you go.
I'm linking up to Thrifty Decorating's linky party Thrifty Thursday.