SCORE...I read one of my favorite words..."CLEARANCE"!
I quickly snatched up the larger frame.
(There were about three styles to choose from)
Here is the frame in the front seat of the car. Pretty nice size, I think.
Don't worry, I buckled it in before I pulled out of the parkin' lot!
I always abide by this law: Click it or ticket!
The tag says 11 in. x 14 in.
I picked up some "licorice" metallic acrylic paint and a sponge brush.
I used a 40% off coupon that I had texted to my phone from Michaels.com before I left the house (I love technology!). For all three items it cost a little over $3.00. When I got home, I immediately threw down some newspaper and painted the front of the frame in less than 10 minutes.
*Note to self: Next time use some common sense and take off your jewelry before paintin' with black paint.*
You will have to excuse the crookedness and quality of this pic. Not only was it midnight when it was taken, but my 92 year old grandmother, Nitty, and I were laughin' so hard that we couldn't get a straight picture. Every time she hit the button on the phone, she would jiggle the phone; each picture ended up blurry! These are the memories that make me smile though, so I think it's perfect for what I was tryin' to go for.