I shared this easy tutorial and the links originally in Instagram stories for my DIY framed vintage love letters I have in my bedroom. Since then, we have received tons of questions about them. I’ve gathered everything here for you to recreate this same look.
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Almost a full week into time change, and it’s still kicking my butt. Anyone else find themselves crawling into bed by 8:00 P.M.? 🙋🏻♀️ My frames are linked here. They are so inexpensive and from @walmart. Years ago, I found the neatest love letters written by famous authors—Twain, Dickinson, London, and Lawrence—so I framed them. Tonight, Randy’s cooking, and he’s making monkey bread for my mom’s birthday tomorrow. Oh, and I finally cancelled the bed I ordered back in July because the shipping date changed once again. If you want to see the new bed that’s coming, it’s linked here! http://liketk.it/2GIhu Shop your screenshot of this pic with the @liketoknow.it.home @liketoknow.it app #liketkit #LTKhome #LTKholidayathome #LTKholidaystyle
The letters are actually napkins from Sir Madam. Although I am not sure who would actually use them for that? Each piece is hand-screened on sheer cotton voile. Occasionally, the company that makes them will release a new edition, containing four new works.
I purchased my set several years ago from Anthropologie. Unfortunately, they no longer carry them. It’s called Set No. 1 and contains vintage love letters from Jack London, Emily Dickinson, Mark Twain, and D.H. Lawrence.
I matted them in 16 X 20 frames that I bought at Walmart. Because the letters are fabric and not just printed it gives them a high-end, custom look. My DIY vintage love letters are one of my favorite pieces in my home. You can create this same look using the items linked in this post.