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Farmhouse Style Wall Decor

A few years ago I bought two picture frames from a yard sale. They were unique because they were so tall (or long depending on the way you hang them). I had no idea what to do with them so they sat in my closet for a long time collecting dust.

I finally decided to paint the frames white and I spray painted the back cover black. I added a vinyl sticker that I found at Dollar Tree.

I still didn’t like it so I never hung it up. Back to the closet they went.

Last night while I was cooking dinner those frames came back into my mind. I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it!

The kitchen timer said the broccoli had 10 more minutes to roast, so I ran to the closet and pulled out one of the frames. I took the sticker off and pulled off the back and took out the glass. The timer beeped. Why do I always think I can do 20 things at once?

The broccoli burned.

My husband ate it anyway.

Now back to the frame.

I wrapped some jute string around each side and placed a wreath I made last year in the middle. (You can see how I made the wreath here.)

I’m very happy with the way it turned out! It cost me nothing because I already had everything on hand and it only took about 10 minutes to put together. I love reusing things I have around the house to create something new!

What started as a broccoli burning kind of day ended much better.

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  1. Posts like yours…projects of my own that have come to me after something has been stored for years…make it hard to throw anything away. I might need it. It could become something amazing like your frame and wreath. I am just going to keep everything, but list it all in an inventory, and keep on creating, creating, creating. You’ve inspired me!

    1. I know! I have such a hard time tossing certain things. That’s a great idea putting things in an inventory. Thank you so much! I’m glad you are inspired! Happy creating!

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