How to Create a Shiplap Backdrop

How to create a shiplap backdrop

Morning friends! Hope you guys had the best weekend.

We took Greyson to see Santa for the first time!! We are the worst parents ever. We were a little nervous if he would totally freak out, but our little G-man walked right to Santa and told him exactly what he wanted for Christmas, a front end loader. Haha!

Twin Cities Moms blog hosted the Santa with Donuts event this past weekend at Pacifier in the North Loop and asked us to create the Santa backdrop. So we spent the last week coming up with this display. If you remember our post a couple weeks ago we shared our design inspiration and besides the red chairs, I think we were really close to what we were going for.

We love, love, love shiplap! So of course that is what we had to use for the backdrop. And we even made a little vlog for you guys to show you how you can create the same look. It was super fun and simple to DIY. Bonus, this baby is multipurpose, it can not only be a holiday backdrop, but also an accent wall, headboard, or you name it!

Let us know what you think! And make sure to watch to the end so you can see little G with Santa. Melts my heart…

And thank you again to the Twin Cities Moms Blog for asking us to be apart of the fun day!

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