Here’s another frame project completed.
In November 2013 I talked about upcycling old unused photo frames here.
Let’s face it. We get tired of our old stuff and want need changes in our home.
It’s who we are. No sense in fighting it.
We can have change for pennies rather than spending money on something someone else did.
Here is my inspiration photo:
I searched through my boxes and found an old oak framed sports collage and painted it with a light tan spray paint.
But just because, I’ll warn you to sand it so the paint adhears better. To each his own.
I don’t mind doing things differently than others.
I’m using Mountain Mist Quilt-Light Polyester Batting to puff it up a bit, but it’s not necessary. I’ve had it for a billion years, so I might as well use it.
Old left over stuff doesn’t count, right?
I put the cardboard back on and it’s done!
I like how it turned out.
It only took me a couple of hours.
I not only have a new French Photo Board, but I’ve gotten another old unused photo frame out of my storage boxes. SCORE!
Here are my other upcycled photo frame projects.
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