M: Ooh, ooh! Stunning! Speaking of wedding elegance, wouldn’t these sheet music cones from Vintage Twee make beautiful table décor or party favors?
L: So pretty! Wouldn’t a lovely locket made from vintage sheet music make a wonderful “something old” for the bride to wear? These are from Mrs. Smiley’s Lockets on Etsy.com.
M: Absolutely! I love all this love talk. I’m already married, but that doesn’t mean I can’t string up a little music love in my home? Maybe I’ll set up a romantic dinner for my sweetie and decorate with a handmade garland like one of these from Maisy and Alice Homemade Delights and Elizabeth Wren on Etsy.com.
L: What a great idea! You’ll have to pick up a set of these coasters for your table from The Afternoon.
M: Great thinking! I don’t know if this is appropriate attire for a romantic dinner, but I’ll definitely be sporting this t-shirt from Forever21 sometime in the near future.
L. That’s so cute! Since we’re talking wearables, check out these darling charms from Fossil. Love them!
M: Rock on! Those are so fun! All these notable delights have me in the mood to create with sheet music. Wouldn’t a furniture makeover like these from Tip Junkie be an ode to joy in your home?
L. Those are amazing! In case you don’t have vintage sheet music to work with, you can always turn to scrapbooking papers, like this one from My Mind’s Eye.
M: Beautiful! I adore the way the scrapbooking industry has embraced this trend. This rub-on from Glitz Designs is right on key creatively.
L: As much as I’d love to transform a furniture piece, composing a layout is more up my alley. Check out the pretty little touch the music print lends to the pennant border on this layout by Maggie Holmes.
M: Thanks for tuning in to this month’s Trend Talk. We hope this has put you in a creative rhythm! Leave a comment on this post letting us know what music inspired designs you’ve taken note of!
—Megan Hoeppner and Lori Fairbanks