Thrift Shop Christmas Makeover: Framed Stenciled Snowflakes


I purchased these 3 square frames from the thrift shop yesterday for $1.50.  I cut off the white ribbon and painted the frames with Decoart Chalky Finish Paint in Lace.


Next I painted the hardboard frame backs with black acrylic craft paint.

Next I stenciled a snowflake on the glass from each frame with white craft paint and a Show Offs snowflake stencil.

Simple Christmas Projects with Thrift Store Finds
I put the painted side of the glass down so the glass can be cleaned if it get fingerprints or dust, and I tied on a strip of torn muslin to hang my frames.

Simple Christmas Projects with Thrift Store Finds
This was a super easy craft.

Simple Christmas Projects with Thrift Store Finds
I hung them on my chalkboard wall in my kitchen.

Simple Christmas Projects with Thrift Store Finds
 My framed scrabble tile tree is also in this vignette as well as my thrift shop reindeer that I painted last month.

Simple Christmas Projects with Thrift Store Finds
 Simple farmhouse kitchen decor that didn't cost me hardly anything, and it's one of a kind!

Simple Christmas Projects with Thrift Store Finds
I also added a star to my the top of my rolling pin display again this year!  It's an alternative Christmas tree!






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5 comments:

  1. Absolutely adorable! The chalkboard corner is all pulled together so nicely.

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  2. Carlene, this is WONDERFUL! I adore the stars and your corner, like the rest of your home, is warm and wonderful! :) THANK YOU!!! ~ Christina in FL

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  3. I love everything about this corner. So sweet and lovely.

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  4. Great vignette, feels so warm and homey. I admire your creativity.

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  5. Ok...I am drooling over everything you have made here. The rolling pin tree is pure genius! SOOOO creative! and, the Oh Holy Night...I'm gonna have to do that. I would just like see your stash!

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