Happy Friday! I’m excited to share the easy Picture Frame that is perfect for an easy project this weekend!
I wiped on one-coat of Rust-Oleum Light Walnut stain, with a foam brush. I let it sit for about 5 minutes and then wiped the stain with a clean cloth. Don’t wipe the stain away, just blend it.
While the board was drying, I sprayed 2 coats of Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Spray Paint on the letter T.
I love how the letters turned out on my Fall Chalkboard Sign, so I used the same technique. Just rub a piece of chalk all over the letter and wipe it off. It gives the letter a true chalkboard look.
and distressed it with my Ryobi Corner Cat Sander. Loved using this sander on the frame. The point on the end made it so easy to get in the corners of the frame.
To finish her off, I added a few burlap, flat-rolled rosettes. Three on the bottom left corner and one at the top right corner of the frame. You can check out the tutorial for these cute rosettes HERE.
To hang, I just used a sawtooth hanger on the back of the board and an anchor in the wall.
I hope you love my cute, DIY Picture Frame 🙂
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