Today I have for you, an easy piece of large DIY art. I actually ended up making this project for very little cashola. I just used mostly things I had laying around the house and some things I got for free.
I started out with this window that I found on the side of the road. It was FREE! It had been sitting in the garage for a while when this idea came to me.
So, here's the window before, after I sanded and removed as much of the old chippy paint as possible.
Then, remember this mirror I made here.
Well, I saved the leftover part of the decal. (the part that's left once you peel off the part you need) Does that make sense? Most would just throw this away, but I figured I may be able to use it for a project in the future and I was right! I like to reuse stuff, it makes me feel like I'm "going green" :)
So, I stuck the leftover frame to my window. This worked out great because the edges were sealed by the adhesive. Then I covered the rest of the window with magazine pages and tape to protect them from the overspray. Then, I sprayed it with some teal spraypaint.
Next, I used some modge podge to decoupage some leftover chevron material I had to the window to create an interesting background. (forgot to take pics of this)
and here it is all finished in my booth. It would make a great statment as a large piece of art or you could even use it as a message board if you wanted to
The glare makes it look a little funny so just ignore that little white part on the bottom of the chair. It was hard to get the light not to make it look funny.