Grab some frames from the second hand store and use your Cricut machine to create a custom DIY kitchen menu board from thrifted home decor! This project is sponsored by Cricut.
Something I never have trouble finding in the thrift store? PICTURE FRAMES! It’s so easy to use these for thrifted home decor. The easiest thing to do? Add a little spray paint! I created a beautiful, cohesive gallery wall with thrift shop frames. Another idea – create a DIY kitchen menu board using your Cricut!
DIY Kitchen Menu Board
Grab some frames from the second hand store and use your Cricut machine to create a custom DIY kitchen menu board from thrifted home decor!
- Thifted Picture Frame
- Spray Paint
- Clean your picture frame.
- Spray paint your frame and let dry.
- Open this file in Design Space (or create your own!)
- Cut your "schedule".
- Weed your design (remove the excess vinyl)
- Use transfer tape and a scraper tool to apply vinyl to the glass.
- Assemble your frame and add patterned paper or fabric!
I used my Cricut Joy to create this kitchen menu board. I’ve made one of my goals this past year to get healthier and my DIYs lately have been helping me stay on track! I also created this adorable peg board and added encouraging affirmations with my Cricut.
I got an odd sized frame so finding paper for the background proved a bit difficult. I ended up using a piece of material left from a tie dye project! You may have to get creative here!
The Cricut, especially the Cricut Joy, makes it super easy to customize just about anything! I love how easy it is to pull this machine out and knock out a project. I hope this project inspires you customize thrifted home decor for your home!
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