After the frost project, we came inside to warm up and the sleet just kept coming down! We woke up the next morning to this:
It gets better folks….
More than 70,000 people lost power in our area and the surrounding cities! Luckily, (don’t know how we slipped under the radar) we had power. I had the day off since I am a therapist for kiddos with special needs…lots to get done on a day off!
My hubby had given me specific instructions to NOT FROST THE FRONT DOOR until it was warm out. Obviously I like to bend the rules a little and I figured that the door could be opened long enough to become room temp. If it’s too cold, it will crack when it’s drying. So I opened the door to warm it up and cleaned it with dish soap.
After it was dry and warm I sprayed the first coat. It smelled so strong! I cracked some windows but it was so cold out that I shut them after a little bit and decided to listen to my hubby and just wait it out ’till spring. (I know, I know…he was right 😉
Since I was having too much fun with the spray and wanted to play more I headed to the bathrooms. Both of our bathrooms have a small window above the door to let sunlight through so I thought it would be fun to frost the windows and add a wall quote…duh. (I LOVE WALL QUOTES)
I shut the door, opened the window and sprayed away. While that was drying I busted out the famous Cricut and found a template for “HIS” “HERS.” How perfect?!
I used black vinyl which I purchased at Hobby Lobby for the plate project which I will post soon. I cut the vinyl using my machine and in less than 10 minutes had it stuck on the window. Then it was time for coat #2 of frost. The END! So easy and look how it turned out!