Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Blast from My Past

This is a project I did many years ago when we were still living in Oklahoma. I've always loved 'silhouettes' and I had this LARGE,  VERY white wardrobe. I bought me a cheap craft projector, printed some tiny silhouettes and projected them onto the front...I used at least six black permanent markers and VOILA, I had me a masterpiece. (Well to me it was a masterpiece). I donated the wardrobe to the church for their yard sale shortly before we moved.

I also had a cheap digital camera that I took this pic with, and I can't get rid of the glare on the doors.  It really wasn't faded in spots, even though it looks faded in the picture.


  1. That looks so pretty. Like an old fashioned musical.

  2. Wow! I can't believe you did that with markers! How fun. Thanks for stopping by Greener Grass and for your sweet words about my kitchen :)

  3. Wow! How clever! And it looks so impressive to have been so simple!

  4. Great work. I just came across your blog and I'm your newest follower. I can't wait to see what else you have in store.