Hey guys! I hope you all had a great Monday!  I managed to get a fun project done I have been promising my girls for sometime.  They memorize a Bible verse each week and I told them I would make a fun board to display in their room to help them remember the verses.  I am really pleased with the outcome and I now want one for me.
Here is how I did it…
I started by purchasing this framed art from Michael’s for $14.99.
I removed the insides of the frame and the glass.
Spray paint time!! I used a pink for this frame since it is for my girlie’s room.  This one took 2-3 coats.
Now I was ready for my next step.  This is really similar to a couple of other projects I have done.  I just used burlap to cover the cardboard art that came in the frame.  You can also use a fun fabric or wrapping paper.  I had burlap on hand and love it on lots of things:)  I replaced my glass first and then I used my Gorilla Tape to put the cardboard back in place and hold everything together.  Yes, the back looks quite shanty but nobody sees that!
And the whole backside…
I distressed my edges just a tiny bit.
I bought a dry erase marker and finished the job.
I put it up on the girls’ wall and got a few action shots.
The very best part… I have 2 very satisfied customers… in their pj’s 🙂 !
Thanks for stopping by!! Hope you guys have a great week!!

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  1. I really love this idea and it's purpose! My little one is learning how to read and I think this is will be a great incentive to her in helping to learn her verses!

  2. This is so cute. You have added more to my to do list this weekend!
    Stop by Goodwill for frame
    Make dry erase board

  3. Cute idea, but I think I'll look at Goodwill first for a base- it's more frugal for me!

    Please feel free to stop by the Talented Tuesday at My Frugal Family link party, and add your weekly craft links!

    It's found at theherberfamily.blogspot.com

  4. Such a good idea! I think I have some frames floating around that would work for this! Thanks for another great inspiring project!

  5. Great job! (And your two girlies are so cute!! They look just like you!) 😉 Love that color pink~ undoubtedly Rustoleum, but what color? That color would go perfect in my kiddo's room!