(sorry grass, this Spring you will be green again)
The smallest of the 3 had this little sticker on the back of it.
Don't get me wrong, I like natural wood. I do. But, these beauties needed to be shabbified! I just got some white acrylic craft paint and went to work.
It took several coats to get it to coat well, but luckily craft paint dries quickly so it didn't take too long. Once they were dry, I distressed them a bit with some fine grit sandpaper, and finished them off with a clear varnish.
Ta-daa!! Here they are hanging in my bedroom. This may not be a permanent place for them (my husband is not such a fan), but for now this is where they'll stay. I like them. A bit eclectic and random, and they definitely aren't the same style as this. But still, I like them. They make me happy. Ha!
This frame came out the best in my opinion. Love all the details :)
I just want to be there. At that place. Standing by the creek feelin' the cool breeze on my skin.
Or frolicking with my brother out by the barn. I will most likely never be a country girl, but I like to daydream about it from time to time.
Here's the view from my bedroom door. I saw an article in Country Living magazine once where this woman covered her entire wall with flea market/thrift store art. The whole thing was covered. It was awesome!!
Look at all that empty wall I have left. I better go shopping :)(that distressed green frame was a wedding gift from long ago. It came from Potterybarn).