Oddly I picked up all of these pictures at the same Goodwill on the same day. It was like the thrifting Gods were trying to tell me something. That handsome fellow in the center looks that much better with a felt mask, trust me check out the entire tutorial on DIY Network.
So besides a thrift store painting of a woman to make Medusa you will also need a slew of plastic snakes, glue that will work on plastic and some craft paint.
It depends on your preference and picture as to whether or not you want to do any painting. My thrifted chalk plaque demanded a black frame. Once your paint is dry start adding snakes to the hair. The more flexible your snake the easier it will be to craft into the perfect beehive. Or is it a snake hive in this case?
Medusa looks right at home on the gallery wall doesn’t she. Don’t forget to head over to the DIY Network blog for more! Thanks Dian Sierra for your amazing help on this project and Chelsea Laine Francis for the pretty pictures.