Wall art is one thing that’s easy for anyone to DIY. It can be as simple as framing something you printed off the internet or hanging an unexpected item on the wall. Pretty, simple, unique, and best of all, cheap.
Once you’ve been painting furniture for a while, you will almost certainly begin getting requests to do custom work. When you’re ready to start taking on custom projects, it’s important to write out a furniture painting work order so all the details and expectations are clear between you and your client. I’m going to share my personal work order with you, and you’re welcome to download and change it however you want to use for your own personal needs. I also thought I’d go over some of the details you might want to consider having in your own work order and why.
We’re so excited to share this makeover with you today! For two reasons: 1) This is our first time participating in the Themed Furniture Makeover Day (TFMD). And 2) because I FINALLY finished this dresser!
I have a love/hate relationship with wall art. I love how it can pull an entire room together and make it feel cozy and complete. But I hate the price tag! I’ve been on a mission to create my own DIY wall art, and it doesn’t get much easier than these rustic painted arrows.