It’s official! We have lived in our house for a year! In that time, so much has changed. I planted a garden
, handcrafted a chandelier
, organized the recycling
, tiled a side table
, began composting
, redecorated my home office
, trained my cat
, and much more! Our first week in town, I picked up a simple rug to adorn my front porch. However, after a year, its cute pattern has faded, wiped away by happy paws and feet ready to step into the warmth of home.
To breathe new life this piece, I grabbed 3 cans of spray paint for only $10, which is much cheaper than a new rug. Keep reading to see how I painted my doormat.
First, I used my white spray paint to give my rug a new base color.
Then, I slid a garbage bag on each end of the rug, arranged my stencil, and alternated painting red and blue through my stencil.
Easy peasy! A few cheap supplies and 15 minutes of work gave me an adorable final product that accents my front stoop perfectly!
It’s a bit not perfect but I don’t care. I love it!
It’s only overshadowed by my cute little model. Isn’t he the cutest?!
Happy Monday! See you next time down Shannon Lane!