Behold the sea wall in all its glory. A hand full of blisters from cutting poster board waves and 30 rolls of double-stick tape later (not really), we had to bust a move and take our picture quick before it all fell down. Considering this is on wall of our guest room, soon to be baby room, I thought double-stick tape would be the safest route. And hey, it did the trick for a couple of days.
My vision for the newspaper sky was really just a fun alternative to an ugly cream wall, and then I decided it could pass for an abstract gray, New England-esque sea sky….eh?
Here's what I used to make the 'Baby on Board' life saver---excuse me, 'life preserver' according to the Boss Man . A life saver is a piece of candy, get it straight:
-Styrofoam wreath (from the floral section of the craft store)
-1 yard (at most) of orange fabric
-Scraps of white fabric
-Custom cut rope (from the hardware store)
-Black felt adhesive letters
-Hot glue gun & a couple glue sticks
In a visual nutshell, here is what I did! Minus the rope part. I'm laughing because I remember being so frustrated cutting and gluing that stupid rope that documenting it was the last thing on my mind. But I bet you are smart enough to figure it out! Just add a dash more of patience than I did ;)