Target Bullseye Playground Bargains & Old Sign Stencils

September 25, 2022


Photo of three Bullseye Playground FindsI recently purchased the chip basket, DIY frame, and wood riser at Target's Bullseye Playground at the front store bins.  Everything in the bins is $5 or less.

(When you click on the bold Amazon, Old Sign Stencils or Dixie Belle Paint Company affiliate links you will be taken to the products I used for this project. If you order it does not change the price or service at all. As an Amazon Affiliate, Old Sign Stencils Affiliate or Dixie Belle Paint Affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases.)

Photo of Rustoleum Weathered Wood Accelerator
First I stained the chip basket with Varathane Weathered Wood Accelerator.

Photo of a Target Bullseye Playground Chip Basket with Weathered Wood Accelerator
The weathered wood accelerator gave the basket a gray, weathered appearance.

Photo of a DIY Ceramic Photo Frame from Target.
I then painted the unpainted and unglazed DIY frame with Dixie Belle Mineral Paint in Salt Water.

Photo of Old Sign Stencils Stitches Stencil.
I then pulled out this new pattern "Stitches" Stencil from Old Sign Stencils.  I think this stencil works with farmhouse, French Country, or even Boho decor!

*Old Sign Stencils has provided me with complimentary samples. All opinions about these fabulous stencils are my own.

Photo of Old Sign Stencils Stitches stencil on top of a DIY Target Frame.
I centered and laid the stencil over the frame, and swirled on the pattern using Dixie Belle Paint in Drop Cloth,

My base coat, (Salt Water) is whiter and a little shinier than my stencil paint (Drop Cloth).

Photo of a Target Bullseye Frame Painted and Stenciled with Stitches Stencil.
I waxed the monochromatic arched frame with Dixie Belle's Best Dang Wax, and added a fall photo of my grandson.

Photo of a Target Bullseye Playground Wood Riser.
My last purchase was a white wood (cutting board shaped) riser from Target.

Photo of a Target Bullseye Riser Stenciled with Stitches stencil.
I brushed a coat of Salt Water Mineral Paint on the top of the riser, stenciled it with Drop Cloth, and waxed it with Best Dang Wax.  The riser has Stitches mellow monochromatic stencil pattern as well.

Photo of Target Bullseye Chip Basket and Stenciled Wooden Riser.
Faux fall foliage was stuffed in the chip basket on the top of the wood riser! 

Photo of Target Bullseye Chip Basket and Stenciled Wooden Riser.
An easy fall centerpiece!

Photo of Target Bullseye Chip Basket, DIY Photo Frame, and Stenciled Wooden Riser.
This stencil would be perfect on a pillow cover or even drawer fronts! It has multiple uses.

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Thanks for reading my blog, Carlene

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  1. Really nice, Carlene. I especially like the weathered look on the basket. And the subtleness of the two whites you used on the frame and riser. That boy in the picture is pretty darn cute, too!

    1. Thanks Naomi! I have used the weathered wood accelerator quite a bit. I really like the results.


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