What I have learned from this experience is to never give up and that saving money takes time. The total cost of this project was approximately $35 ($6.99 for the frosted glass spray paint, ~$6 for the adhesive shelf liner and $20 for the circle cutter which can be used for many other projects) but the hours we put in was the kicker!! Not counting the first attempt, Mr. Loonie and I spent close to 10 hours, thank god for his help or I would still be on the floor cutting circles. In the end, the doors turned out so adorable and exactly what I was envisioning. Mr. Loonie and I had some bonding time too during the endless circle cutting when we did get out a word; we are both the silent type when working so conversation always lacks during projects. Trust me though, I make up for it during his favorite show/video game or while he is trying to have a peaceful shower/bathroom break, etc., etc. ;)
STEP 7: Put the closet back together and admire your work!! It was worth it, phew!
Head over to Penny's Nursery Reveal post to view how the closet doors look in the finished room!