I have always wanted a picture wall in our house. Fortunately, we have the perfect place for it, our foyer entry wall. It is a long stretch of space begging to be filled with family photos. I wanted to display a collection of white frames in different shapes and sizes, but just couldn't find any that I could afford. Then I thought, "I'll just paint old, cheap frames from Goodwill!". They have wide selection at a great price. I bought 5 frames today for only $10! We already had white spray paint here at the house (for what I don't know!), so I knew this would be a great project, and if it didn't work out, "Oh well! I just won't hang them up!" So, without further adieu, here is this week's Tuesday Tutorial!
What you will need:
old cheap picture frames
1 can of spray paint
1. Remove the backings and glass from your picture frames
2. Place the empty frames on a trashbag
3. Spray paint the frames (in a well ventilated area) any color you like and allow to dry for 2-3 hours
4. Place your photos in and hang on your picture wall for all to enjoy!
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