Wednesday, October 23, 2013

DIY Kitchen art

 So, for years almost now...lol..well, you know how there is always a project that you want to get done, its always in your mind, but you never really get around to doing it? Well, this project was one of those. I am so pleased that I finally got around to making this. It was super cheap and I like how it turned out.

I think I would like to make some more, whenever I come across a super chunky frame to replace this one, but you get the general idea. It makes me happy every time I look at it:-)



 Supplies:
a 8x10 Picture frame ( I found mine at the dollar store)
Just make sure your silverware fits in the frame.  
burlap
silverware (these were also at the dollar store)
spray paint (I used Rust-oleum  Heirloom white)
Glue Gun

staples (optional)


Firts I spray painted my frame AND silverware. The silverware I spray painted BOTH sides.
After that dried I used my stapler to fasten the burlap to the picture frame. It was such a cheap frame that I could do that. I found it worked much better than trying to glue the burlap on. 
Next I glued the silver ware on. Let it dry...viola and DONE....



I already had the glue, paint and burlap...so this cost me only $4, to make...AND I have more silverware leftover for some more crafts in the future.
Score!

2 comments:

  1. Oh Cat you are so crafty! These are WAY cute. They look like something from Pottery Barn. It is amazing what a little paint can do. Glad to see your still using the BEST spray paint color EVER!! Good Job, lots of cute things :)

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    1. Why thanks Linds! Yes, the best paint ever indeed! I want to try and paint something with the fox trot white too...;-)

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