Today I am sharing one that I did at the same time, (since I had the Cricut machine out and all...)
I have to thank Michele at The Scrap Shoppe for the inspiration.
This was super easy.
1. I grabbed my seasonal artwork,
2. Flipped it over and painted the wood with a pearlized white acrylic paint.
3. Cut out adhesive letters using contact paper and my Cricut.
4. Adhered the letters after employing my favorite letter placement technique: The Eyeball Method.
When the letters were adhered to the board, I sprayed it with a turquoise paint.
HERE at Halloween and HERE at Christmas time)
When all was said and done, I thought it needed a little bit of black, so I simply grabbed a Sharpie and outlined my sad, free-hand little banner. (I never, ever claimed to be an artist, by the way.)
Any how, this was quick, easy and I like that I can re-use the other side of a seasonal art project.
Do you ever make your decor do "double-duty"...?
Linking this to the Pinning Party at Fox Hollow Cottage