DIY: Leftover Fabric Art

IMG_0609It’s a very happy new year here at Social Graces. We are so excited about our many clients we are already working with for 2013. We have been so blessed to be growing as a business and find ourselves incredibly honored to be a part of such special moments. While weddings are making their biggest mark at SG, we are also working on parties and showers that we can’t wait to share. So, 2013, here we come!

As our cliental grows, we have to decided to not put as much pressure on ourselves with the blog. Never fear, though, readers! We will still post 2+ times during the week. We will continue to bring you vendor spotlights, DIY ideas, our favorite things from other party/wedding blogs, timely trends and yummy recipes. We are just going to take care of our clients first, and the blog second. 🙂

Speaking of the blog, I have a great little DIY for you today. My husband and I recently redid the shelves in our guest bedroom (we have a 100 year old home that we love! You can view a few images here, here and here). After repainting the shelves to all white, I felt like the accessories needed to be refreshed. I took everything down, shopped around the house a bit, and started over. I was coming up a bit short on accessories to fill the space when a great idea popped into my head. IMG_0604

I recently had my sister-in-law make me this cute chevron pillow. IMG_0612

I remembered that I had some leftover fabric and a leftover frame from two other projects. So, I decided to use the fabric as a print to tie the bedding and shelving together. I am super happy with my (free!) project. IMG_0609

Although I used this in my home, the idea could easily be used as part of a dessert table backdrop. By using various shapes/color/size frames with complimentary fabric (or paper!) you could come up with a stunning focal point on your big day. IMG_0608


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