This is a really fun little craft to do with someone of any age. It's a great way to repurpose old icky cookie sheets as well. This would make a great addition to just about any room of your home or a great gift as you can mold it to fit anyone's personal style.
Here I go with forgetting to take pictures of every... little... thing yet again, ug! But this one is pretty simple and should be easy to follow regardless.
1. If desired, paint your cookie sheet. It seems best to use a spray paint as it will adhere well. I, however, used acrylic paint on an old non-stick cookie sheet. You know what that means right? The paint did not stick great. But, I ended up liking the look and making it "distressed". I also went over the entire paint job with a layer of Mod Podge. If you go this route, and don't use Mod Podge, the paint will scratch right off once dry so make sure you put a layer of some sort over the paint!
I'll keep my first posted craft short and sweet for y'all. I was planning on including the website link where I found this but, like many things on Pinterest, the site was faulty and is now blocked, great.
So, for whoever made this originally, I give you the credit, whoever you are. This is an adorable quick and easy craft that pretty much anyone can do. Thank you for sharing your creativity with us so we can spread it around.
Real simple, are you ready?...
I created mine for my "Discuss & Design: Millennial Book Discussion" to go along with the cover of All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
Hopefully the steps are easy to follow, I don't have step by step photos unfortunately but will strive to do that for future posts, don't you worry!
Rebecca Myers (Dickinson)
Hey there, I'm Becca, or Rebecca, but not Becky, never Becky, unless you're my family from down south! I'm a simply modern librarian by day and an artist by night. My pursuit is for a simple, happy, healthy, and more fulfilling life! I hope I inspire you to get crafty!