November 12, 2015

Ruby’s Big Girl Room Gallery Wall (video)

There was no question a gallery wall needed to be in Ruby’s room.  We had one in her nursery and it was one of my favorite things– filled with sentimental photos and pieces of artwork.  Most of it carried over, but I mixed in a few new things and hung it while she was at preschool (with Anna’s help).  Here’s how I hung her big girl room gallery wall.

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There are a lot of ways to hang a gallery wall.  You can cut out squares the size of each frame and tape them to the wall to space them out.  I have a 7-month old and a had a very small window of time to get this project done, ya’ll, so I went for the more organic approach.  Sometimes it’s the best way to get a wall that doesn’t look too forced.  Check-check-check-check it out.

video/editing: Romero Media

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It feels so good to have her room completed so I can focus on holiday decor guilt-free.  It’s already in full force around here.  I usually wait until closer to Thanksgiving, or after, to set up Christmas but this year I just can’t wait.

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  1. tom

    November 18th, 2015 at 11:40 pm

    You are very talented

  2. Jen

    November 19th, 2015 at 9:32 pm

    Thank you so much!

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