I’m a huge fan of tiny art. In my ‘umble opinion, it is the backbone of a really stellar gallery wall or shelf. And the beauty of it is how simple it can be; no need to spend any money! It is that sentimental something that you save in your top drawer: a note, a ticket, a business card. If you thought it was cool enough to save, then it could definitely rock a little wall space.
The other day when I was arranging my picture ledge in our new living room, I was searching for that special TINY little something to make the shelf sizzle. I came across a perfect little gold frame (2″ x 3″) that I had unearthed from the mountain of frames at DI several months ago, and started to think what I could put in it. With Mary Kate’s Handwritten Letters project in the back of my mind, I came up with a tiny (1″tall) calligraphy T to fit the frame. It’s my first calligraphy attempt, and may be a little first-timesy, but I love it and what it adds to the shelf (more on that later!)
My five year old thought (emphatically) that it was a J, but it’s a T, folks. T for Tiny Art.