This year, so far, has been a year of memories. So much so that I decided that this would be the year that I would actually print out many of the pictures I took to capture said memories.
I chose the photos.
Added strategically chosen photos to cart…and…
Clicked order now.
Then I realized why I had not ordered pictures before. I have no frames to display them in. None. Zero. In fact, I had gone through the house months before judging each and every picture to see if I really wanted to keep it in the frame. Did I really still like this person enough to immortalize them on the wall? Sadly, a few were removed and replaced with new fresh faces.
Anyways, I decided to hit up Goodwill in hopes of a good frame or two. I was in luck and found one that would work after it had a makeover.
I found this gem….
Someone had purchased this white frame from Target and hot glued on various buttons.
I popped them all off with a flat head screw driver.
I then sanded most of the white paint off.
Then added a coat of grey primer that I have been using on a kitchen table I have been working on.
It took about 10 minutes.
I found some black paint and Mod Podge and went to work and…
This frame cost me about an two hours of work and 3.00 dollars.
I love successful a redo.
Now to find my pictures.
Supplies needed to redo:
Mod Podge – Matte or Gloss
Paint color of your choice
*All the how to instructions are in italics..
There you go. My most recent Do It Yourself.