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Easy Wall Art {and a little organization}

I had purchased some vinyl sayings from Amazon awhile back for a steal of a deal.
One in particular was the Family Rules.  I knew I wanted it in the kids area.
I tried applying it to the walls but they had to much texture so it wouldn’t stick. So
my only other problem, I didn’t have a frame big enough in my stash 🙁

Then along came the Micheal’s Frame sale!
I picked up a 24 x 36 frame for $8.50 {reg. $49.99}!!!
Just the size I was looking for!
Score 😀

What you will need:
~A vinyl sheet of your choosing
~Correct size frame
~Vinyl applicator

Here is the how to:
{sorry there are no pictures, I got way to excited!}
Decide how you want the frame to hang, vertical or horizontal
Take your frame and lay it on your working surface.
Before removing the backing on the vinyl get an idea of where center is.
Peel off the backing and place it where you found your center.
Be VERY careful, once you put it on the glass it does not want to come off again, at least not without a fight 😉
Use your vinyl applicator to smooth out the air bubbles
Remove the sticky paper making sure your saying sticks to the glass.
I picked a white frame cause I thought I was going to paint it, I like it just the way it is!

Then hang.

This is my before mess!

This is my AFTER! 😀

Head on over to Amazon and check out their selection of vinyl, you can always snag a great deal!

This is my next project……to be continued 😉

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