Oh Deer: DIY Painted Silhouette

I’ve been doing a lot of home decor DIY lately.  One of the easiest projects I did was this painted deer silhouette.  I bought the cool vintage frame at Goodwill Outlet a long time ago, and I was never quite sure what to do with it… until the deer light bulb went off.  Who doesn’t want a cute deer head silhouette in their house? Well, apparently Joey doesn’t, because he thought this was a silly idea.  I pursued it nonetheless, and I am quite happy that I did.   I used some thrifted bedsheets to create a patterned background, cut out a deer stencil, grabbed some paint, and voilà! I’ll be posting more of my little DIY projects throughout the next couple weeks, so keep tuned in.

3 Comments on Oh Deer: DIY Painted Silhouette

  1. Nancy
    October 4, 2011 at 6:37 am (9 years ago)

    Thanks for the share!


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