I’m in the process of designing and executing my front room wall. It’s big, grey and blank. I did a post about it earlier on my plans for my own gallery wall ideas.

Recently though, I came across this awesome blog called Little Gold Pixel via pinterest and it is AWESOME! Why do I love this site so much? Because she has curated free printables from all over the place for you to choose, print and hang on your gallery wall! They are high quality awesome designs that you can print out and place on your walls.

I don’t like gallery walls that are filled with just photos. It’s just not my style. I like cohesive parts of my life shown artfully on a wall. I like the “instagram” style wall. I like to showcase not just my family, but quotes and beautiful things that inspire me.

So, check out Little Gold Pixel and shoe her some love!:)

Enjoy!

P.S. How awesome is this collection of printables? So excited to print so many of these!

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I am so excited to share with you some the products JGP clients get to take home with them! Today’s featured product is quit possibly my favorite: The image box.

Image boxes are sweet because they have a lot of WOW┬áin such a relatively small package. They are a bit bigger than a 5×7 and hold 25 mounted metallic 5×7 prints with pebble texture coating. The mounted prints are heavy and durable and made to last a loong time. I LOVE how they feel! They come with an easel, so you can set up a little space to display your awesome images and rotate them whenever you want. How cool is that? This product is great for you if you have little wall space to hang canvases, frames or standout prints.

 

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We are headed to Santa Rosa this weekend and my BFF is planning what her family is going to wear for their family photos. I try my best to get some current pics of her growing babies every time I go there (because if your BFF is a photographer, she had better take pics of your kids, right? haha) but this time she wanted to get some of her family. It’s been a while since I took her photos last and it didn’t exactly go the way we wanted them to either. lol Who can relate to that?! (raising my hand!)

So, being a good BFF I did a little research for her. She knows she wants the color magenta incorporated into the shoot. She looks gorgeous in magenta. So I did a little looking around on Pinterest (of course, who doesn’t?) and found this. I thought the colors were pretty cool. I like more patterns and layers incorporated for my clients but it’s not a bad start. What do you think?

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S U B S C R I B E !