Friday, May 14, 2010

Spray Paint is my Friend


Ok, so apparently, I missed the spray paint
bandwagon the first few times it went around.

I've JUMPED on now!

I bought this frame at the DI (goodwill).  It was originally $5
but all frames were 1/2 off that day.



Did you know the DI had sales?  Me either!

It was a little dinged up but structurally sound.



I bought some spray black spray paint and went crazy!



It covered all the dings and made the frame look brand new!

I was so excited.  I used to to make this



(ignore the black speck still having camera problems)

I made this wreath out of coffee filters.  I used a 12" styrofoam wreath
and 1.29 worth of coffee filteres (well, only about 1/2 of them)



I've done 2 now.  One with the brown coffee filters I tried to hot glue.
Not a good idea, it melts the styrofoam and the fingers.
This white one I used floral pins, you can find them
in the floral section, I think they were $1 for a ton.

So, I was making this project as a give away at a church function. 
It didn't quite turn out as planned.  I like it alot better in the pictures
than it looked in real life.  I think I'll try adding butterflies like this ONE on

Suprisingly, since I never procrastinate (insert sarcastic snicker here),
I was quickly running out of time.  I repainted the frame country white.
I didn't have any white spray paint, but I have a bucket of white in
the garage.  I antiqued it with glaze and attached a wreath:








It was a hit.  Sold for quite a bit of fun money at the church function.  I was happy with how
it turned out.  Now I'm on the lookout for another frame on sale
to try to finish the coffee filter wreath!

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2 comments:

Kenzie said...

It's perfect! It turned out really cute! And so exciting it was a hit at church!

House of Smith's said...

Looks SO cute! I love it!

And btw, I thought that your coffee filter one was looking so good! You should have kept going! :)

Shelley

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