Updating my decor with a touch of spray paint is a definite favorite of mine. It is a way to completely change the look of a room without laying out loads of cash on new furniture and accessories. Slowly but surely , I have been transitioning my living room from reds and neutrals to aqua
Revamp Old Picture Frames
I am beside myself with excitement to have today’s guest, Suzy from Suzy’s Artsy Crafty Sitcom. This has been one of my favorite places to visit since I first started blogging, and if you are familiar with the “Sitcom”, you know why. I always leave creatively inspired, educated, and laughing my tush off. What is
I have been a busy girl since opening my box of crafty goodness from the new Martha Stewart Crafts Decorative Paint Line by Plaid. You all are going to go crazy with this stuff, just warning you. I am delighted to share this line with you. You will see an entire bedroom revamp that was
Here I am, milling through the aisles of my favorite Goodwill store with an awesome girlfriend (hi, Debbie), when this rounded corner white frame appeared in my periphery. For $0.99 I brought the lil’ thing home. After some trial and error crafting, I ended with the final product pictured. SIMPLE. I threw a piece of
Can you tell I found a lot of pics with potential during my thrifting adventures this week? Anyway… This was easy. I popped the picture out of the frame, adhered a piece of scrapbook paper onto it, using spray adhesive. Then I arranged borders and ribbons, dabbing a bit of hot glue to the ends
I scored with my recent thrifting. Here is a pic of a map I picked up for $2. I used a gift card I was given for Hobby Lobby to get some fresh scrapbook pages in the color scheme I am adopting for my kitchen. I used some other embellishments I had laying around. Modge
(Final Product!!) This is the process I use for most framing projects. I find a cheap framed pic at Goodwill, yard sales… I prefer wooden frames, as my options are open in terms of revamping. I can stain, or paint. My artwork to be framed was 16×20, so I was armed with a tape measurer.