I had an old Ikea frame that I was no longer using, but did not want to it throw out.
Here is what I came up with:
I started off with this frame:
Using a bit of sand paper, I sanded the frame to make it a slightly rough so that the paint would stick. I put a coat of primer on it before I went ahead and did two coats of white paint.
To do the inside of the frame I purchased:
- Natural chipboard letters and flourishes:
- Delta Ceramcoat Pink acrylic paint and Stickles Diamond crafting sparkles:
- And one sheet of White Bristol board.
I painted all the letters I needed along with the flourishes with two coats of pink paint. Once they were completely dry, I applied the Stickles sparkles with the help of a small paint brush.
I measured the inside of the frame and cut the Bristol board according to those dimensions. Once that was done, I glued the letters and flourishes onto the Bristol board with the help of liquid glue.
I then inserted the Bristol board into the frame and hung it up.
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