So, I recently had my studio completely redecorated. And since the walls were newly painted and bare, I decided to make it personal. What better way than to recycle an old CD into a monogram to hang on the wall?
Paint your frame in a faux verdigris style to match your green paper. The recycled old CD pieces will catch the light with color.
This is an easy project that you can create in no time. So, let’s get started
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How to recycle an old CD into monogram framed art
Piece of scrap green mat board or card stock to fit your frame
Paper plate or palette
First, use the scissors to cut the CD into small pieces of various shapes and sizes. Next, draw a letter of choice on the card stock or mat board lightly in pencil. Then, working in sections, add some tacky glue and fill in your letter with the CD pieces. Let dry. When it is dry you can brush a coat of ModPodge over the entire piece. Set aside.
Decorate the frame
Cover your work surface. Using the brush and Pewter grey paint, cover the entire surface and sides of the frame.
Next, while the frame is still semi-wet dip your sponge in the mint green paint and lightly tap over the entire surface and sides of the frame.