Give this easy Dollar Tree DIY sign art project a try!
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Do you realize that there are less than 70 days until Christmas? With the holidays quickly approaching, I am thankful that my sweet friend Susie from The Chelsea Project invited me to join the One Room Challenge, hosted by Calling It Home and House Beautiful. With us already three weeks into the challenge, my guest room will be ready for holiday company.My guest room makeover is coming along slowly, but surely. This week my son was home from college for a visit, so I didn’t spend time on any house projects. Instead, I decided to do a quick, easy, and inexpensive DIY craft. I will use this as sign art on a shelf in my completed guest room.
This craft took just a few minutes and cost only $2. Yes, that’s correct…only $2. I just love a project that costs less than than a cup of coffee.
I had picked up this 8 x 10 inch frame and wall transfer from Dollar Tree. The detail in the frame caught my eye. I figured once it was painted, no one will realize that it is plastic.
Next, the bargain frame received a quick coat of my favorite Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, in French Linen. I love this gray, taupe color that just looks great with everything. It took two coats of this paint to completely cover the frame.
Between coats of paint, I worked on the transfer. I cut apart the transfer. It wasn’t necessary to do that, but I wanted to space it out on the glass. Once I was happy with the placement, I carefully placed the transfer on the glass.
I will display this decorative sign on a shelf for visitors to enjoy in my finished guest room. I hope you check back next week to check out the guest room progress.
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