I hope everyone had a great weekend! It was a super busy one for me. There were lots of little projects I wanted to complete and like normal, not enough time in the day. On top of that, my sisters, niece and I had a day trip to visit my parents in Lynchburg planned for today.
Fortunately, I was able to finish each project by weekend's end with a little elbow grease and a good husband.
The one I'm sharing with you today, is a little lyrical art project.
I love love love this song by Lee Brice "Love Like Crazy". It's inspiring and a good daily reminder.
What I used:
1/2" Plastic Stencil (on hand)
1" Plastic Stencil (on hand)
Small art paint bush (on hand)
Grey paint we had leftover from our master bath (on hand)
Canvas print from Ben Franklin at 50% off : $7
Total cost of project $7
All I did was exactly what you think. Sat on my butt for a good while and painted each letter on with a stencil. I counted the lines I wanted to print ("Be a best friend" = 1, "Tell the truth" = 2), and used painters tape to remind me how much space I had for each line.
I love it and it's a great way to really personalize something in your home.
And the traditional end of the post random shots from our girls day trip to Lynchburg. First one is the sweet country store we stopped by to check out their antiques.
The beautiful leaves shot is from a stop in Appomattox. Came out beautifully and I'm hoping to print it for my hallway art collage... You'll hear about that later. :) Have a great week everyone!