Tear off the back paper.
No one is going to look behind your pictures, so you just rip to your heart’s content. If you do have guests lifting the pictures off the wall and examining the backsides….well, you’ve got bigger issues than finding a cute picture for your playroom.
Lift up the staples all around with a butter knife
We decided to use a page from one of our favorite books. Never fear! We have 2 extra copies! I didn’t feel cutting this one up.
I’ll eat you up I love you so… We gave the frame a coat of Krylon’s Ivy Leaf spray paint, and we have
“new, custom” art for the playroom!
We also came up with this solution for the space between the letters and numbers downstairs.
Many suggested something with a star or school-type stuff, so this is how we interpreted it. Back to school stuff is coming out all over, so pencils are dirt cheap:
We’re kind of starting to make some progress down here! :)