Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Recycle Old Framed Prints to New Word Art

My computer is working again.
While it was acting up,
unfortunately, I was having a meltdown too.
It's up.
I'm good.
And here's a little something I was working on.
My friend, Ann, had some older framed prints
that she wanted to redo.
New Word Art for the bathroom

will give these older pictures new life.

So it's easy to take everything apart

keeping the matte separate.

I used a new piece of foamboard

to paint a white and ivory blend.

After printing the text in Channel font

I penciled the back and pressed the transfer from the front.

Then I used a crisp little flat brush

to paint in the lettering.

Ann got this idea from Pottery Barn.

Changing up the wording a bit,

she will have fun reminders for the grandchildren.

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So a fresh recycle

will bring trendy style

to Ann's bath.

It sure makes you think about

old things in a new way.

So glad to have my keyboard back!


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20 North Ora said...

Great recycle project!


Sandi @ The Primitive Skate said...

Love these! What a wonderful idea!

Stacey@Rendition Road said...

What a fun way to upcycle old art! I love the sentiments on them & I bet she is going to enjoy them immensely.

Debbie @ MeandMyDIY said...

I was just thinking yesterday that we hadn't heard anything from you in a few days. Glad everything's back to normal. The new signs look great. Is there anything you can't do?? :) Have an awesome day!


Laurel@ChippingwithCharm said...

Great idea :)

Donna Wilkes said...

Great use for beautiful frames.

Twice Nice said...

Great reuse of those frames! Glad you are back, and glad to see some sun and warmer weather today huh?!

Julie Baswell said...

That's a great idea. Now to find some old frames at goodwill! New follower from 36th Ave. linkup.


Anonymous said...

Cute! and you really have a steady hand for painting beautifully! Little Bit

Cheryl said...

That is darling!!! Cute-cute-cute!

Denise said...

Oh My! I see something I love and have been searching for....That gorgeous round mirror in the backround :)Denise of Coffeeberry Cottage----I need it for My hobbit-like cottage

Jillian @ Hi! It's Jilly said...

Very cute! Great idea reusing the old frames!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Super cute!