Looking for a quick update or craft? Spruce up a room with a wooden letter, or letters and a can of spray paint.
I wanted to add a pop of color in the kitchen and dress up my otherwise bland pantry door. I have an open floor plan and the door is clearly visible from the family room. So I purchased three eight inch letters for about $3.00 each. You can get them at most big box or craft stores, mine came from Walmart. From there I only needed a can of spray paint. I chose a bright blue in Krylon but any brand will work.
Laying them out on a plastic covering – grocery bags work for this – and spraying them lightly in long sweeping strokes with the paint, I left them overnight to dry. I recommend using disposable gloves to avoid messy hands.
I didn’t want to put nails in my door, and if you live in a rental, you may not be able to, so I opted for two sided 3M Command strips. Easy to apply, easy to remove without damaging the door. From there it was an easy process to hang them and I was left with a fun little message on my otherwise boring pantry door and pop of color in the room.
You can use this idea to add something fun to a children’s bedroom, laundry room your family name or favorite activity above your kitchen cabinets. It’s inexpensive, fun and personal. The possibilities are only limited to your imagination.
Wood letters in any size or configuration that works for you
Spray paint in your choice of color
Plastic sheeting or grocery bags to protect surface you’ll paint on
3M Command Strips
I did not receive anything for promotional considerations from the brand names mentioned in this post.