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This is a fun way to create custom art using very inexpensive supplies, often things most people have on hand. Great for giving old items new life.
Approximate Time: 30 minutes
By Liz from Warrensburg, MO
That is really neat. Thank you for the instructions. Where did you get the curly que under Welcome. How do you reverse it on the printer. Just got a bunch of frames with glass that came into our thrift shop. Think I will make some of these signs. I'm sure they will sell better than the frames alone.
You don't even need to go buy acrylic craft paint. It's a great project to use up any bits of paint you have.
I have seen stuff like this done using Sharpies - also used Sharpies and coloring book pages, with crumbled up aluminum foil, then flattened out, and put behind the picture - forgot what it is called, but years ago we used to do it with India ink.