HAPPY FRIDAY! Today I am sharing a simple tutorial on DIY Framed Sheet Music Art- that is a Restoration Hardware Copycat. I am doing a happy dance because after a week of rain, fog and general blah-ness around these parts, the weather finally looks promising over the weekend. Bring on the sunshine because my little is bouncing. off. the. walls!
Earlier this week, I mentioned that we stopped by the new Restoration Hardware. While it wasn’t super leisurely, I still walked around like a kid in a candy store all googly-eyed. So much goodness to take in.
I already shared how I was inspired to paint a a stack of old books that were also inspired by Restoration Hardware to achieve some free and simple neutral accessories. Today I am going to share another easy project…
The framed sheet music was everywhere in their show room.
I knew immediately that I wanted to create something similar. And it would be of the song of our first dance in honor of our 10th wedding anniversary last month. I guess love is just in the air around here!
Restoration Hardware Copycat Project
I was was able to find it free online to print.
For now, I have these on our fireplace mantle since I am loving the neutral look in the house this time of year. The metallic mixed with gray is perfect! I think these would be adorable in a master bedroom and they may just make their way into ours soon. I also think they would make a darling Valentine gift or wedding present. Ooooh- and isn’t the traditional first wedding anniversary gift supposed to be paper? #BOOM