I wrote an earlier post on how I decorated a four panel window with Dollar Tree Wall Adhesives, click here to view that post. It occurred to me at the time, since the "LIVE, LOVE, LAUGH" adhesive was all separate letters how easy it would be to spraypaint over the letters and then remove them.
One of the other purchases from Nebraska lent itself well to this project. I turned this little metal headboard (or footboard, who knows?) upside down. That way the large metal panel was closer to the top. I taped off the edges. I made black lines to keep the letters straight and then applied the adhesive letters. The letters are a little forgiving, if you tip one a bit too much you can remove and straighten it. I should have pressed the letters down gently before applying spray paint. I ended up doing two coats of flat black spraypaint (you can get generic cans for $1 at Walmart, Lowe's). Wait until the paint is very dry before removing letters with tweezers.
You may have noticed my old concrete garden gnome.
I talked a lady into selling it to me a few years ago,