Painted Wooden Crosses
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Driftwood Cross Cross Coastal Driftwood by HomeHearthGarden, $64.00
Personalized funky wooden cross for your front door or entryway. Might paint it on burlap. Fun project. (Or buy on Etsy $50)
DIY - LOVE LIVES HERE wooden plaque 1. Varnish or paint plaque. Hobby Lobby $2.99. After dry add a coat of Modge Podge to surface and sides. Background - Adhere a cut-to-size piece of scrapbook paper, press for smooth surface. Cover surface with Modge Podge brushing on in a criss-cross fashion. Tag - To give the aged appearance, dab edges with the same varnish or use a tea bag. I used varnish. Print a saying of your choice. Attach a piece of twine to a key and Modge Podge in place.
Got 2 wooden, unfinished crosses at Hobby Lobby (on sale!). Painted the bigger cross first, along with the edges of the smaller cross. Put some modge podge on the smaller cross & covered with scrapbook paper!
Three windows from 4mm acrylic sheeting cut to size and framed with cheap MDF to support them and add a subtle decorative border. Food coloring and varnish mixed together created a cheap and effective transparent paint that stuck well to the glass. Behind hangs a mosaic mirror cross constructed from cheap Ikea mirrors and stuck to a wooden cross and grouted black to get rid of the sharp mirror edges.