Here's my door, I got it from a lady that renovated her 1904 home. This door was on a small shed original to the building. It's been beaten by the elements which gives the door even more character. I just gave it a light coat of watered down paint.
The door was originally light blue, but I wanted it white
The day started out bright and early at Homesense. We were one of those dorks parked outside waiting for the place to open, but luckily we weren't the only ones.
So it's May 27 and there's a snow fall warning. Seriously. It's just not fair.
There is no point to this post other than to whine.
Here's a few pics
Here's a super cheap project and anyone can do. The frames were from a garage sale for a whopping $0.50 for both, the background paper was free (work in a print shop) and the keys are actually scrapbooking 3D stickers for $3.00.
It might be hard to see, but the old shop had a lovely shade of beige (and in a certain light looked almost like a beautiful shade of dusty rose, sorry Kim!), there was no shortage of oak, and there was no hiding the ugly but functional cables.