January 24, 2012

Need Some Input: Vintage Letters


So I purchased these awesome little letters from Etsy shop OhSoRetroVintage. They are super cute, about 3 inches tall, and I really want to put them in Violet's room! Now the only problem is how to mount them?


They are super thin, vintage, and I don't know if I need to glue them to a board then mount that? Or should I hang a shelf and just set them on top of it? Shadow box? I need suggestions because I am at a loss!

What do you think? 

3 comments:

Sarbear said...

I like the idea of a shadow box or frame to make them pop a bit more, add more interest. They're really neat and they would do well being highlighted in some way.

-Sara-

Lois said...

Personally I would put them on a shelf. That way if you ever move house, or change your mind and want to fix them to something more permanent, you can do.

the habitpattern said...

You might try using Museum Putty. We use it on everything in our 3yr old daughter's room. We use it for extra security on wall art, lamps or fragile items on shelves. It will give you the freedom to place the letters anywhere you want and still be able to remove them if you decide you want to change the way you display them.

http://www.amazon.com/Quakehold-88111-Museum-Putty-Neutral/dp/B0002VA9NA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1329411077&sr=8-1

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