June 7, 2012

Picture Frames from Cut It Out :: Review & Giveaway


Cut It Out specializes in unfinished wood letters, words, frames and wall shelves. By offering you product that is unfinished, you can turn your custom ideas into reality. You have the freedom to create your own project from their unfinished wood pieces. I personally love the look of cutout picture frames. I was having a hard time finding them in my area and I discovered Cut It Out online.


I received three 8x10 unfinished picture frames to review. The styles I chose were Balboa, Chandler and Grace. The frames came with a sheet that gave three great tips for turning them into fantastic home decor. That really helped as I began my project.


I gathered the supplies that I needed to get started. I used a foam brush, acrylic paint and a glossy clear coat spray. I chose several acrylic paint colors that went well together. A Sanding Block is optional. You could use that to give the edges a rustic look.


A great tip from Cut It Out was to purchase some cheap frames from the dollar store. Then just remove the glass and place it in your new frames! The unfinished frames from Cut It Out do not come with glass. The frames do come with backing so they are ready to hang.


It took about 2-3 coats of acrylic paint to cover the frames. The frames took the paint very well and it was simple to paint even the decorative edge. I ended up using a small brush to fill in spots on my last coat of paint. After you get them painted, let them dry for 24 hours. Finally, spray on a light glossy acrylic topcoat (optional). 


Ta-da! Here are my finished frames! I love how they look. Notice I am not afraid of bold colors! I think I might hang them on a white wall and let the frames give my room a nice pop of color. I still haven't decided where I want them to go. But I love that I was able to choose the paint colors myself! Anyone should be able to take decorative wood cutouts from Cut It Out and create your own home decor!


Cut It Out not only offers frames. They also sell letters and numbers, decorative words, seasonal items and holiday decor. Just buy it unfinished, it gets shipped to you, and you are free to make it your own! 


Connect :: You can find Cut It Out on their website. You can also keep up with them on Facebook.

Buy It :: You can purchase unfinished decorative frames via their website. The 8x10 size are $12.99 each. There are eight cutout styles to choose from!

Win It :: One {lucky} person will win THREE 8x10 decorative cutout frames! The winner chooses the styles they want!

How To Enter :: Just use the simple form below to enter! This giveaway is open to US only. Must be 18+ to enter. Giveaway closes on June 22, 2012 at 11:59 pm EST. Only one person per household/IP address may enter. Good luck!
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Disclosure: I did not receive any financial compensation for this post. All opinions are my own and uninfluenced by anyone else. I did receive free product(s) to facilitate my review from the company or their PR agency. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook or Twitter. See my full disclosure.

21 comments:

  1. Oh gosh, I would paint them with polka dots and bright colors! These would be great for me!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  2. I would put in pictures of the kids, paint them green and hang them in the hallway.
    Kims2312@verizon.net

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  3. I would put pics of new baby in them
    Jessica Cox

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  4. I would hang them in my son's room, so I would probably paint them blue or green.

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  5. I would paint them shades of blue and put them in our living room
    thank you

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  6. i would love these in pink and green for my daugthers room! cute, we would have fun putting them on her dresser

    christinejessamine at hotmail dot com

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  7. I would paint them and put them in my daughters new big girl room that we are working on.

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  8. I would frame my son's school picture in it!

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  9. I would put my daughters photos in them and paint them pink and purple to match her room!

    Alexis Knighton

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  10. I like the Chandler

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  11. I'd color them black to match my other frames, and I'd put my son's portrait pictures in them

    Nathansmommy619(At)aol(Dot)com

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  12. I would paint it blue with my sons graduation picture in it and hang it in the livingroom

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  13. I would paint them Lilac and Hot Pink and put pictures of family in them and hang them in my daughters room.
    brand242003@yahoo.com

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  14. Id paint them woodland green and put my sons pictures in them and hang them in his room

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  15. I would paint them black and hang them in my home office, which is red.

    tridingermckee@gmail.com

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  16. I would probably do them in yellow or something that stands out. they would hang in my living room
    melissalucky43@yahoo.com

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  17. I would hang them in my kids room using the 8x10's I have laying around. I would paint them with the colors of their loft bed.

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  18. I would give it to my daughter, she loves projects like this.

    jessicabanks1721@yahoo.com

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  19. I would paint them blue and put them in my son's bedroom.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  20. I'd let each of the 3 munchkins in my house paint one for themselves, and their photo would go in it!

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  21. I would give them to our daughter to paint and hang

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