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Little crafting for Spring

I seem to be in a crafting rutt lately so I needed to get my Spring crafting mojo going...I did something real simple that satisfied me for now...

I turned this Goodwill frame $ 1.99

Into this...

Using this paint

My hot glue gun, some sandpaper, piece of scrape burlap, some moss from the Dollar Tree and a few of the little robin eggs I bought at Pottery Barn a few weeks ago. 

I think it's cute and will find a home for it!


"Say What?" said…
Jamie said…
How creative of you.I think it is so cute!!!!!I am thinking of making an frame sort of the same but white for in the bathroom or bedroom uhhhhhhhh i'm thinking.
Lindsay said…
AHHH love it!!
Krafty Kat said…
I just love it! Great job!
I love it Melis! I've been painting so many frames white lately that a fresh new spring color looks great! I love the nest and the eggs too! Very Springy!
Good job!
Mommy of 3 said…
Your frame turned out amazing! Funny what a little paint and a creative mind can do. Great job!
Kristin said…
That is too cute! I am stealing that idea for sure!
Lisa said…
What can I say but... adorable!
Meg said…
So cool! I love it! The color, the burlap, the eggs...all of it! It's a great project.
Alaina said…
Love this!!!!
Mary said…
I wish I were the creative type. Cute!

Cassi said…
I like this, the varying textures are great!
radn said…
love the transformation!
I'd say your mojo is back because this is great! I just love it. I have a bunch of empty frames from goodwill for another project but I may have to take one and make something like this.
What a great post. Love the the frame...the is so darn cute! Glad I came by I'm your newest follower!
Krafty Kat said…
Love it- so glad you linked this one too!
Hi there...your project caught my eye because Im working on a new nursery for my daughter who is turning 1 tomorrow. Im doing a birds/nest theme and my colors are cream/brown & robins egg blue.

This project is so sweet and would be perfect for their room. Im going to attempt and see what happens.

I love your blog and am now following, hope you will come visit me on my blogs too.

Debbie B said…
Love this! I posted this on my blog as a great spring idea!

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