I took some of the fabric I had bought to accessorize Hannah's room and went to work covering each of the four bulletin boards. I just cut the fabric and hot glued it to the back, pulling tight.
I raided my stash of iLoveToCreate products. I knew I wanted to use a different Tulip Sticky Fabric Stencil in each of the boards, and I didn't want everything to be too 'matchy' to I got out a variety of fabric paint options.
I am a big fan of the sticky fabric stencils. They are peel and stick, and they seem to re-stick pretty well. I started with the bird in one of the corners.
I used Tulip Fabric Spray Paint for the bird. I just added some paper towels around the sides to make sure the overspray didn't get on the fabric.
On the butterfly I used a sponge and applied some Tulip Soft Fabric Paint and then added some Tulip Fashion Glitter while the stencil was still on.
On the next one I did a purple butterfly, and opted for the Tulip Glitter Spray Paint to glam it up a bit.
When all the boards had been stenciled, I added a little bling with some Tulip Heat Set Crystals and Tulip Heat Set Tool.
Once everything was dry, we hung them on the wall...
...and started adding photos! I just did a few, because I want Hannah to be able to add the things she loves.
This was a very functional project, but my Husband pointed out that it kind of matched the Decopauged Fabric Canvases I made a few months ago. I think they will have their own look once they are completely covered in photos and artwork. I think I will also try to add a heading above them in vinyl or something. Do you have any ideas to give it a little pizzaz?