See this thrift store art makeover using craft supplies. There are always certain things I scan for when I go thrifting. Lamps, frames and art are the top three accessories I try to score.
This particular day I was with my sister because well, it’s always more fun that way. I hit the small art jackpot in one store. Things I look for are sturdy wood pieces and great shapes. As you can see from the loot, these pieces of art were more than dated.
I have started to work on a gallery wall around my HUGE TV so I needed smaller pieces of art to fill in the spaces between the big stuff. The first piece that caught my eye was this green, gold and black frame. It was so cute, I loved it. I honestly, for a moment, thought of keeping it as is. BUT then, I wouldn’t have a post for you today.
I hope you are ready for the easiest thrift store art makeover EVER…
All you need is the art, a piece of scrapbook paper and a monogram. The ‘B’ I used here is one of the unfinished pieces from the craft store. You can paint it but I liked it the way it came for this particular project. After I cut my paper to size I took it outside, sprayed the back of it with the adhesive, then pressed onto the front of the art. It was a card board surface so it was perfect. Next I did the same with the monogram B.
Although the frame was slightly distressed it had an obvious scratch over the gold. I covered that right up with a gold Sharpie.
It looks perfect with the rest of the items in the ALMOST finished gallery wall. On Friday I will be showing off the entire gallery wall in my Spring Home Tour.
Notice the custom art with the #4 in it? I made that from the Home Sweet Home art also in the photo of my loot above. I popped it apart, covered the card board mat with burlap, used a wooded 4 from the $1 section at Michael’s. No glass needed.
SEE MORE OF THE GALLERY WALL IN MY SPRING HOME TOUR!
If this thrift store art makeover inspired you, then you will love these as well!
Now, go see what my friends have up their sleeve today!