You know my number one obsession is Margot’s Playroom so I’m constantly looking for new projects for the room. While working from home last week (remember our office is also Margot’s Playroom) I was staring at one of the playroom walls, it was so bland. Then, out of the corner of my eye I saw a piece of scrap wood and my mind started racing. I immediately knew what I needed to do.
Step 1: Find a thin piece of wood, marker and ruler
Step 2: Draw out the banners. Mine were 6 inches wide and 9 inches tall.
Step 3: Cut along the lines. Graham actually taught me how to use the circular saw and I got to cut them!! The circular saw might not have been the best tool to use, but it’s the only one we had! I then sanded the edges of all the pieces because they were pretty rough.
Step 4: Drill 2 holes at the top of each triangle.
Step 5: Paint! We had extra paint from the wall so it worked out perfectly.
Step 6: String the triangles.
We strung them and hung them above Margot’s kitchen. It was exactly what the wall needed, a nice pop of color and we spent $0!!!!