Fall is my very favorite time of the year. I love the cool, crisp air and the blaze of color when the leaves change. I love the food we cook in our kitchen this time of year. Warm, cozy comfort food like lasagna, stews and pies. But most of all,
I. Love. Pumpkins.
I don’t usually spend money on Fall decor because I don’t want to store it.
But I do spend a small fortune on pumpkins 🙂
Every single year.
Today I’m sharing an easy, very inexpensive craft project that can be easily changed to compliment any Season or occasion.
That’s my kinda project!
I picked up this great wooden frame with the glass still in it for $4 at Goodwill several months ago and left it to die in a pile of similar crap out in my garage. So when I got home from work early on Thursday itching to do something, it was my next victim.
Here is y’all’s supply list:
Picture frame with glass
$1 craft bottle of chalkboard paint
I applied three coats of the chalkboard paint directly to the glass , allowing it to dry thoroughly between each coat. This is imperative or you will have a BIG mess on your hands and you just threw your $4 out the car window. Once the paint is dry let the frame cure over night.
For the frame I simply dry brushed the white paint on to the frame and then wiped it off a little with a damp paper towel.
Easy, lovely and cheap.
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