Sunday, October 9, 2011

Cute Wall Hanging with Burlap and Graphics



Recently I found this yellow frame at a garage sale for $2.  It was missing the glass or mirrors on the sides and one of the dividers wasn't connected, but it was well worth the $2! 



I removed the hooks and spray painted it an Oregano color.  I absolutely love Rust-oleum's 2x paints.  The coverage is so good!






After I painted it, I reattached the divider that had come unattached.



I used one of my favorite graphics from The Graphics Fairy.  I turned it in Picnik and copied it onto a piece of scrapbook paper.



I wrapped burlap around a piece of hardboard and hot glued the back.  I used hot glue to attach this key to one of them.



And this "5" to another.


I bought the key and the "5" at Hobby Lobby.


I then put everything back in the frame, reattached the hooks and hung it up.


I'm really happy with it.

Thanks so much for your visit!

Pam


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19 comments:

  1. Innovative for sure Pam. It looks great!

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  2. Gosh, Pam! What a transformation on this piece. I love how you printed the graphic on scrapbook paper. That was so clever. And I've always been a fan of keys. Thanks for the tip about the spray paint. I'll look for it the next time I need some paint.

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  3. Love this Pam, I've got to try Graphic's there are so many things I could redo. lol...
    Girl let me tell you tires was not in my budget either.. way not in it... but I've got to have the truck to get Mr. P to the doctor and back, this was the second event like this in about 3 weeks, time to do something about them. lol hugs ~lynne~

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  4. You SHOULD be happy with it! It looks great and it's practical too!!! Love the graphics!!!

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  5. Nice makeover, Pam. I like the color, the graphics, and the texture.

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  6. You are something Pam!!! What a great transformation, I want it!!! :)
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  7. I'll have to try the 2X spray paint. Thanks for telling me about it. Always hate spray paint you have to use so many times to cover!

    Very cute. The printed scrapbook paper, key, etc - all good ideas.

    Dropping by from BNOTP.

    Allison
    Atticmag
    Hidden Laundry

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  8. That is one great makeover. Love the texture of the burlap, key and number and the graphics really update it.

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  9. Now that is very clever. It really looks great!

    Jocelyn @
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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  10. Very creative, I love the color, and the key was a great idea! I'm visiting from Under the Table and Dreaming

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  11. So simple, yet so cute! Love that green with the burlap and the black...nice job!

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  12. I loved this! So unique and pretty AND useful!

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  13. Great idea! I love how this turned out.

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  14. I certainly can tell why you are so pleased with it! It looks terrific!

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  15. I really like what you did with it, Pam! You made it beautiful in spite of having broken glass. Th burlap looks great behind your key and number sign.

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  16. That is a great transformation! I never thought to print an image out on scrapbook paper. Great Idea! Great tip on spray paint! If you get a change stop over for my 1st link party and giveaway on Sunday.

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  17. Wow Pam, another great project! Very nice!

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  18. Wow, This looks so good! I hope to see you at My Dream Canvas.

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  19. OMG Pam I LOVE IT! Another fabulous transformation! You are so creative! Martina

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