Christmas Wishes Blowing Your Way ~ Spray paint the lids the color of your choice. Use a sticker to put the first letter of the recipient’s
Cake Stands... spray paint in the color of your choice
A single-color flourish can be a great way to emphasize the season. Use these Christmas decorating ideas to make your home full of joy during the season!
Love the colors.
e from a christmas tree stump... great way to use your first tree together :) by jodi
To get a wood-like look with spray paint, use a dark brown spray paint with a semi-gloss finish. It makes it look kind of like a piece of espresso colored wood. It's a great way to update any piece of old furniture when you don't like the color of the wood but don't want to re-stain it.
Give lanterns a fresh coat of gold paint, add candles, and use them to light the way to your reception.
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These mason jar lanterns are adorable and so easy to make! First spray paint a mason jar (we used a Quart Size Jar) with frosted glass spray paint. Apply 3-4 coats of the frosted glass spray paint. Once the paint is dry, apply the vinyl decal. Then wrap some heavy gauge wire around your jar to create a handle, and embellish with ribbon. Add a tea light and your done. These would make adorable table decorations for your Thanksgiving or Christmas
Curious Details: Chistmas Under Glass A special part of the Christmas season is unpacking our beloved holiday ornaments. If you're looking for a new way to showcase a few of your favorites or a delicate family heirloom, I've got a quick project for you with pieces you may already have on hand. Shapely thrift store candle holders get a fresh coat of white spray paint and are put to work as pedestals for glass domes that highlight those special ornaments.
Paint the darker color first and then use a sponge to apply the second color.
Cake Stands... spray paint in the color of your choice - Brilliant!
Use an Ikea table, cut a whole, paint with your choice of chalk paint, put a bowl with chalk, and you have a under $20 dollar entertainment
Use an Ikea table, cut a hole, paint with your choice of chalk paint, put a bowl with chalk, and you have a under $20 dollar entertainment
Beautiful! Put a piece of crayon in a clear Christmas bulb, use a blow dryer to melt the crayon while turning the bulb to distribute the color!!
To make each of these holiday jars you will require some acrylic paints, mason jar, ribbon and flameless tealight. First paint the jar in any one color of your choice. After painting the background paint a snowman with white color and paint its further details like eyes, nose, scarf and buttons. If you want add some glitter too. Then tie a ribbon or piece of tartan print cloth around the upper end of the jar. Put a tealight inside it and enjoy the view.
A great way to re-use your wine bottles. I simple just tape off the design I want and then spray paint. Let the paint dry and feel of the paint for a nice decorative vase!! If I need to touch up I just use a Q-tip and nail polish remover!!! So simple and cheap...I even made 50 of them for a friends wedding centerpieces...Just ask your friends, family or local bars/winery's to save bottles!!!
Give your dressers a face lift! 1. spray paint dresser in color of your choice and let dry completely. 2. measure the face of drawers and