Painting Frames!

About: Hello Instructables, and I'm a regular kid in Florida that loves making things and learning about stuff. I've basically play a lot of pokemon and love Star Wars and building stuff for stopmotion lego movies!

Have you ever had or still do have some sorta painting with that ugly frame that just doesn't look right, well I have these paintings that my parents have hanged up over their couch but doesn't look good....so I decided to paint the frames a bit darker to match a bit!

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Step 1: Get Your Paintings

If there is any Frame that sorta doesn't capture your full attention can eventually with a simple fresh new look to it!

Step 2: Masking It Up

The paintings I have seemed like to much work to get them out, so I just got some painters plastic and masked it over the painting it self and later paint the frame

Step 3: Painting!

This is relatively easy now that all the preparations are done. The paint I'll be using is a regular spray paint can with a black color, I'll be painting this with vertical strokes while the painting is laying down (with some more plastic under it to not paint the ground)

Step 4: And It's Done!

Now that it's dry and the masking removed it can once he hanged up looking better than before :)

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