I am a HUGE fan of Chad Eaton’s artwork and T-shirts Called…
I am not a golfer, well thats if you don’t count miniature golf. I found this bag of colorful vintage golf tee’s at the local thrift store. They were all very beat up and dirty, but the colors… omg I die!!!! So I brought them home… and they sat in my craft closet for a year or more… I had not idea what to do with them…. it was this colorful aqua frame that inspired me, I had painted it for my garden, and then for some weird reason It reminded me of the golf tee’s.
You could use any size frame, the main advice I give you is to do a little math before you begin, and for me this was the most painful part… because I am not a numbers person…. make sure you have enough tee’s to fill the frame, I knew I was going to be short, so I went ahead and used the bottoms I had cut off to fill it in, I love the color texture and look of this, it’s so cheery, even if you are not a golfer it rocks!
Why go out and buy wire when you have bread twist ties and twist ties from electronic stuff… save it and use it for hanging recycled art!
This is an old book cover, they are sturdy and perfect for the back of framed artwork.
Remember. hot glue dries fast, be sure to only do one line at a time!
Don’t have time to make it now, or need to find some golf tee’s, go ahead and pin it for later!