Step 2: Spray your way to Framedom!
I took my frame outside and placed it on an old outdoor table I made 100 years ago!
I like to put down old newspaper as a way in which to keep paint off the surface underneath my desired paint project. This is indeed what I did before I began painting!
Follow all warnings and directions on the spray paint can. This is a must! I’d feel really bad if you gave yourself some kind of brain damage in the process of this holiday project. You are warned that reading the paint warnings are important!! Thank you for not injuring yourself today… I hope. .lol
Now spray paint your frame. I like to use short but consistent blasts from the spray paint. With the Krylon Spray Paint can nozzle it is very easy to keep control over where your paint is sprayed. I find this to be a rather relaxing paint experience compared to a lot of very stressful ones I’ve had which we will not speak of… ever!! Haha!
If you need a second coat then do this within the first 4 hours after initial coating. If you miss this time frame you will want to wait 7 days to recoat for ideal paint quality. However, I didn’t need a second coat. Either I’m just that good or the paint is…
Once the paint has dried bring your project into your work space and get out your tacks and ribbon!