This is what she had to say: Here are my new house numbers!
They are just wooden squares from any craft store ($0.50 each) with metal house numbers I found at Shoppers Outlet for $2 each.
These numbers came brass and I spray painted them Heirloom White. We put them up with finishing nails, and I just used a sharpie to “paint” the nails black 🙂 I do that all the time! I did it on my knobs and hinges, and even I couldn’t tell you which ones have it.
Look at the old light fixture, the old house numbers, and brass door bell.
I got my light at a yard sale for $5. It used to be cream, and I primed and painted it black (taking it all apart first).
Here is the new and improved door bell. The inside is still yucky, but all I did was unscrew the cover and spray paint it.
The old house numbers got pried off, and I was able to be reminded of what the original color of our house was. I washed that area, filled the holes with putty, and had to paint 3 coats to cover that beatiful color.
Here is my new front porch. Do you like it?? Much better, huh!
DIY House numbers that only cost $10! Sweet!
Great job Jen!
Have y’all done any outdoor projects lately?