My makeover today started with an 11 x 14 inch thrift shop frame. Here's HOW I DID IT:
1. I painted the frame with Fusion Mineral Paint in the "Algonquin". Algonquin is a nice greige. Fusion Mineral paint usually covers in one coat or 1 1/2 (to catch spots I missed), and there is no priming, sanding or topcoat needed.
2. I used the "Vintage" stencil from Old Sign Stencils FARMERS' MARKET extension stencils kit. With the purchase of the Farmers' Market stencil and extensions, you can make signs like Vintage Market, SuperMarket, Flea Market, Flower Market and projects like this frame.
3. I taped the "Vintage" stencil on the glass backwards so that the paint will be on the inside of the glass. I then used a small foam roller and FolkArt Multisurface paint in "Licorice". This paint works very well with glass. I rolled on two coats. The small sponge roller is made by Rimobul. I like that I don't have to waste much paint filling up a larger roller.
I received complimentary stencils from Old Sign Stencils and paint from Fusion Mineral Paint. All opinions about the products are mine.