Did you pick your favorite Halloween printable out of the 20 I showed you in yesterday's post yet?! Just in case you have and you're trying to find that perfect frame to put it in, STOP everything and go CHEAP! I never, ever buy a frame at full price. It's thrift stores all the way for me because spray paint can give new life...or OLD life in this instance :)...to any frame! (and if you have one just lying around your house not being used free is even better!)
I picked up a frame from DI for $1. Spray painted it with Rustoleum's chalkboard spray paint to give it a smooth matte look, and lightly sprayed a layer of Rustoleum's Heirloom white on top of the dried chalkboard paint. Once that had dried I went back and lightly sanded all over it to give it a worn, spooky look to match my spooky Halloween print. :)
Thanks to Ellie G. at Less Cake More Frosting for this fun print!
We had to lock that pretty red apple away under the cloche to make sure little hands don't eat the poison apple!! (my kids LOVE this :) )
I hope you find the perfect printable to match your decor! Thanks so much for stopping in for a little looksy-loo today, it means the world to me that you are here!! ALSO, as a participant in the American Crafter competition, Amy has been so kind to feature each of the contestants throughout the month of October. Today is my day for a little spotlight over on Naptime Crafters so stop by and say hello to Amy and I if you'd like!
Catch ya back here tomorrow for a new wreath tutorial!