Paint Picture Frames
Work smarter, not harder, that’s what I always say.
I’m really lazy.
I do things the easiest way possible and take shortcuts every chance I get.
When the weather is nice I gather things in my shop that just need a coat of spray paint and then I head outside.
I painted these frames in the same beautiful coral color as the nursery dresser.
These are spray painted a soft off-white and lightly distressed.
I started with this pile of frames and several cans of spray paint.
I usually turn the spray paint can on its cap for a while before I start painting, then I don’t have to shake the can forever when I’m ready to paint.
The coral spray paint wasn’t such a lovely color so I switched to the can of paint from the nursery dresser mentioned earlier.
The white spray paint was perfect.
I usually spray the backside lightly first then do the front of the frames.
Light distressing brings out the details.
I sprayed a coat of black paint on some of the frames then painted them coral.
The large coral frame has a coat of dark turquoise paint underneath.
It’s a time saver doing a dozen frames at once.
My friend Beth at Farm Fresh Vintage Finds is doing her Country Living Fair Ticket Giveaway this week so click the pink link and enter the drawing. The Fair is in Lebanon, Tennessee, just outside of Nashville. If you live in middle Tennessee you don’t want to miss it.
And free tickets are the best!
Also Beth is having her barn sale this weekend.
She lives in Fairview, Tennessee and you can get all the details at Farm Fresh Vintage Finds.
You guys have a great day.
I’m planning a reveal of the turquoise piece tomorrow if I get photos of it today.
Thanks for being here friends
linking to these parties….