Do you have old black and white vintage photos and you don’t know what to do with them? Today, I’m going to show you how to enlarge these old photos and turn them into art for your home. This is a project from my archives that I’ve updated with fresh photos and content. And, even though I first made this project for my own home way back in 2013, I still have the art hanging in my home today!
Welcome to Home and Decor Encore
It’s Friday and that means it’s time for some fresh ideas from the Home and Decor Encore Team! My blogging friends and I are sharing some of the top posts from our blog archives! We’ve all been blogging for quite a few years and most of our newer readers have likely missed some great content from the early years! So, we’re breathing new life into these posts by sharing them with you today!
In today’s posts, Lori of The Stonybrook House is showing you how to add a brick border to your landscape, Laura from Duke Manor Farm is showing you how to tile a bathroom like a pro, Cristina from RemodelaCasa has a great DIY Easter Centerpiece, and Christy from Our Southern Home is showing you how to transform a basket tray with chalk paint, and I’m showing you how to transform vintage photos into art for your home. To view each post, just click on the BOLD TITLE above each photo! And, please pin from the original blog post and not the photos on this page!
HYMNS & VERSES | TURN OLD BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS INTO ART
THE STONYBROOK HOUSE | HOW TO INSTALL BRICK GARDEN BORDERS
DUKE MANOR FARM | HOW TO TILE A BATHROOM LIKE A PRO
REMODELACASA | EASTER EGG TREE CENTERPIECE
OUR SOUTHERN HOME | CHALK PAINT TRAY BASKET
I love the videos and tutorials!! So beautiful and inspiring. One of my favorite IG / blog accounts 💜💜 We’ve used some of the printable and love the projects we’ve made. Thanks for sharing the creativity!!
Thanks so much, Angela! That just made my day!!! Have a safe and happy weekend!
Doreen, you are so talented and I just want to thank you so much for inspiring us and giving us so many good things to try in our own homes. Blessings!
I love your blog and am thankful for it especially now. I don’t always get time to leave a comment and I am sorry for that, I know alot of work goes into all the post you do. Sta safe.x
Rosita Miller Aldrich
Hi! Thank you for your post…so enjoy what you show! I have friends & family in beautiful Lancaster County! ~Blessings to you & yours!