Ahh-- scrapbook paper! It's so versatile, isn't it?
I think I am addicted to it.
And sometimes, it's just too beautiful to hide in a book,
or keep in the stack with the other 1,957,497,549 other pieces
of scrapbook paper that I have brought home with me through the years.
So, one afternoon, not too long ago, in a galaxy not too far away,
I found myself once again, perusing the aisles of Hobby Lobby
during one of their frequent 50% off scrapbook paper weeks.
This means the 12" X 12" paper is .25 a sheet!
I spied several sets of colorful, funky-fun scrapbook paper.
As I wandered around the store, I ended up in the frame department and saw that they also carried 12"X12" black frames (record album frames). They were $6.99 and 1/2 off- hmmm... sounded like the start of a bargain wall grouping.
What brought me to HobLob was that one of girl's bedroom walls needed something.
Something big, colorful and cheap. Here's what happened.
Here's what happened again, in our basement theater room.
The print in the middle is a place we have never been (but would love to go) is the Place Charles de Gaulle in Paris.
I found four pictures of places we've traveled, and uploaded them to