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for the birds


Framing pages from a book is one of my favorite, inexpensive ways to display art. I hung a series of sea life creatures from a book I found on clearance in my entryway, which always gets a ton of compliments, but lately, I've been drawn to wildlife prints, namely birds.  It's almost impossible to see a bird print and not think of the great John James Audubon, whose book Audubon's Birds of America showcases over 400 of these beautiful creatures in their natural habitats.  I don't think I'd have the heart to rip up a book like that (God knows I had a hard enough time tearing pages out of this one for my entryway), but luckily for all you bird lovers out there, there is another alternative!  The hubby and I were in Barnes and Noble last week and saw these sixteen frameable prints on the clearance aisle - he immediately loved them and so I didn't waste time wondering where I would hang them-for less than $20, it was a no brainer!  Here are a few of my favorites:

And here are some inspiring images that got me started on these prints in the first place:

Country Living

Design Sponge

Hutker Architects via Remodelista

Garden and Gun


Chicago Home and Garden

Elle Decor

Elle Decor

I'm thinking my prints will go in our guest room, which is the next spot in my home to get a little love.  Stay tuned to see some before and afters!

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Reader Comments (2)

You are an inspiration! I emailed you in the past about the other gallery wall (sea creatures).
You were a huge help to me!
I finally completed the project and have a picture on my cell phone.
Not electronic savvy enough to figure out how to send to you.
When I saw this post I was inspired again. Love these prints!

November 6, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKim

That's wonderful, Kim! So glad it worked out for you! Thanks for your sweet comment :)

November 6, 2012 | Registered CommenterKelly Stivers

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