You know the little doll that came to life and tried to kill Karen Black's character? No matter what she did to him he would come back and go after her? That's how I started to feel about the Little Drummer Boy.
He took 1 can of primer, 1/2 a can of white spray paint and a few coats of acrylic paint. It was scary how hewould keep showing up after each coat. Like he was taunting me. Finally, after warning him he was about to get sanded off, he vanished. Never to be seen again.
I ignored the child labor laws and put my three year old to work. She helped me with some painting
Don't you always paint in your Dora panties, headband and My Little Pony ankle bracelet?
When all was said and done, I had this:
I bought the letters at Michael's on clearance for 99 cents each. The flatware was snagged at a thrift store for 25 cents each. I may end up painting a black border around the ridge of the board, but for now I'm leaving it be.
It will go somewhere in my kitchen of course, but I have no idea where.
Here is a little better shot.
What do you think? Like it??
I'll be with all the cool kids over here ===================================>