Fun and Easy Rummage Sale Frame Upcycle


This is one of the frames I purchased last Friday at the church rummage sale for a quarter.


My frame upcycle started with a couple coats of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in "Pure White", wet distressing with a terry cloth rag, and clear wax application.

Next, I used Picmonkey to make letters that would fit into my 3 1/2" x 5" frame holes.  This is the Special Elite font, and the size is 1534.  I printed the letters on cream colored card stock, and cut them out to fit the holes, using the glass as a guide.

Rummage Sale Frame Upcycled Into Kitchen Fun www.organizedclutter.net
Then I simply added an old metal hook to the bottom of the frame.

Rummage Sale Frame Upcycled Into Kitchen Fun www.organizedclutter.net
I told you it was easy!




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15 comments:

  1. Your sign turned out very pretty, Carlene! I also love the light yellow bowl.

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  2. Great idea. I'm stopping at a thrift store after work, to try and find a similar frame. Thank you for the inspiration. {ChicByTab}

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  3. Cutest EAT sign I've seen lately...
    I would copy this...but only as the highest form of flattery, you know? ...right?

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  4. Very cute, Carlene...I love how you are able to see things in a whole new way!

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  5. Well, how cute is that! Love it!

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  6. I'm not surprised you made that silly frame ADORABLE!

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  7. you are very imaginative and clever, I wondered if I would like the end product and I do!

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  8. Oh that is super cute, and such a simple project. I see these kind of frame at the Goodwill all the time but I haven't ever thought of using like this. Love it! Sharing!

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  9. Easy but brilliant ! Love this !
    xxx

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  10. adorable and you scored the frame for .25$...awesome!

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