DIY Mini Gallery Walls

Yay! I can't wait to share my kids Mini Gallery Walls with you. My son and daughter share a room and I wanted them to each have a space that reflected a little bit about them. The thing I love about these gallery walls the most is that they are easy to change as they get older. Or add new things to it anytime I want. You can see how to make the Embroidery Hoop Wall Art I made with scrapbook paper here.

A's gallery Wall:

I have wanted a gallery wall in my kids room for years. It was so fun to finally be able to put it all up! It all started with my daughter's blessing dress. Such a special day for her and our family. It adds just the right amount of whimsy.

How fun is this Idaho Print? It is from Map My State. They are so easy to work with and were able to customize the print how I wanted it. You can choose the option to highlight a particular city if you choose. I chose to highlight the city my daughter was born in. I hope you check Map My State  and follow them on fb here. Go see all the awesome things they make!

E's Gallery Wall:
Adding a pictures, quotes,letters and canvas prints was very simple. You don't need 10 or more things to make a gallery wall. Sometimes less is more.

It all started with this big metal E. I bought it from a garage sale for $5. I couldn't pass it up. I almost painted it, but glad I left it as is. It just gives it some rustic charm.

Since my husband and I are both from Washington state, we loved the idea of having a State Print in our home.  We met, dated, married and had our son in Washington, so it will always be a special place to us. 

I have been seeing this print around pinterest and when the time came to work on my son's gallery wall, I knew it would be perfect! I love the look of this chalkboard print from R&R Retail Therapy! A canvas was a perfect addition to the wall and really made it stand out from the other prints.

R&R Retail Therapy is giving R & R Workshop readers 25% off any purchase of $25 or more! Use Coupon Code RSENTME. (items must total $25 prior to shipping to qualify). You can also follow R & R Retail Therapy here as well!

State Prints c/o Map My State and Canvas print c/o R & R Retail Therapy for this project. All opinions are 100% my own. 

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Uncommon Designs, Mad in Crafts,

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Megan Dahle said...

This is so cute, Rachel! My kids just started sharing a room, and I may have to do something like this for them :)

Caroline Barnes said...

Great idea! I might try to do something like this in the family room.

Breanna Bertolini said...

These are both super cute! I love gallery walls that have something other than frames in them :)

Sarah Vanderkooy said...

Beautiful collections. I just love that dress. I used a pretty onesie on a hanger in my baby girl's nursery. It really makes a statement.

CrunchyCrafty HighlyCaffeinated said...

Adorable!!! I need to do this for my boys :-)

Leigh Anne said...

Both are lovely, gallery walls are the best :-)

Alana said...

This is so cute! Great way to personalize their individual space.

Cailin @ Mommy Dove said...

Oh my gosh, I love this! I use gallery walls all the time, but I love the found-object, mixed-media approach. I've got to integrate that.

Tara @ Anything & Everything said...

Super cute!

kristi dominguez said...

These are adorable, Rachel!

Rochelle Dunlap said...

Nice way to personalize a wall for each kid.

Burlap and Babies said...

This is adorable! Love the dress hanging! Would love it if you shared this at our Motivational Monday party going on right now. {}

Aimee Lane said...

Such great inspiration!!! Featuring you tomorrow. XO, Aimee

AngelicAbbie said...

This is so cool! I was so excited to find your blog - another Idaho based blogger ;)


Edea Smith said...

I LOVE these mini gallery walls. They are SO cute.

Lucky children :)

Sarah @ EDEA Smith

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