Friday, February 11, 2011

Cupboard Print Cost about $1.00!!!

I wanted a Cupboard Print to put above this display in my Entry Room.
So, I searched on the internet until I found a Tutorial on how to make Cupboard Prints.
I found one, then printed the image from google.
I used 1 painting canvas (comes in a pack of 2) from the dollar store ($0.54)
Paper,ink,glue,spray poly ($0.46)
Cost $1.00

Finished product! PRICELESS!!!!!

Prim Blessings to all... From Becky@ The Crow's Nest

15 comments:

  1. No way! Becky, please share where you found the tutorial - that's amazing!
    Tracey

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  2. Very pretty!Someone could show me how to do that & it would come out looking like a mess!
    You have a way!Great job!
    Teresa

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  3. Wow! Wonderful job --- it looks great!

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  4. Great job, please do share where you got the tutorial. I love all the other items in your display as well. So nice and prim!!
    Blessings,
    Lorna

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  5. OH...I agree with Tracey...can you please share the tutorial? Good job...I like the photo, too; I have a cut out pattern to sew up that features on the doll a little old white dress like the one you have hanging...unreal:)

    ~Gail

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  6. Your print turned out really great, I just love pictures like that. That was interesting how you done that. I love your entry room, very pleasing to the eyes. Vicky

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  7. Super! Would love the link to the tutorial!
    ★Linda★

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  8. Love it!! I would love to know how to make one of my own.

    Becky

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  9. Love the print and the surroundings. would love to see pictures of your home. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. Like the others, I wold love it if you would share how you did this!

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  11. OKAY LADIES!!!!! Here it is!!!!!!!!
    http://www.kmprimitives.com/pages/TipsTechniques.php
    It was sooooooo EASY!!!! Thank you to Karen of kmprimitives!!!!!

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  12. I love it ~ I think you should print them and sell them. I would buy one for sure. Please let me know if you ever do. thanks ~
    pam

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  13. WoW, you started something :) thank you for posting the link.
    ~Gail

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  14. Wonderful job! I Love it!!! Thanks for sharing and posting the link!
    sandraallen260@centurytel.net

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  15. Just wonderful! Thanks to Karen and Becky!

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