Black rubber doormat and a can of white spray paint!
Black rubber doormat and a can of white spray paint! Fred's has them for $6
Black rubber doormat and a can of white spray paint! Love this!! i tell people about these all the time, Fred's has them for $6
pick out a black rubber mat. spray with heirloom white spray paint. sand with hand sander when dry.
For The Home.
Cute! Grapevine wreath (thick is better), rubber snakes of various shapes and sizes, a few cans of black spray paint, glue gun or wire for anchoring, and small bottles of red and green craft paint. Spray paint everything black, weave the snakes in place, wire/hot glue where anchoring is needed, then do another light coat of spray paint (to cover wire/glue). To add dimension, go back and re-paint forked tongues red and eyes green.
A stencil, a can of spray paint and presto! A plain concrete stoop turns into a hospitable howdy. If you can't or don't want to paint directly on the surface, try stenciling a plain cotton or sisal doormat instead. THIS IS AWESOME!! cc @Josh Lam Lam Lam Lam Solar
wine bottles, rubber bands and spray paint.
Cutlery Tray for Jewelry! I found some bamboo cutlery trays for $10 each! I grabbed 3!! Along with a pack of rubber coated hooks, and a can of white spray paint! Screw them onto the wall Bamboo is a very hard wood so it won't expand to accommodate the size of the hook's screw. So he had to drill pilot holes before screwing the hooks in.. Try to find wooden ones not bamboo.
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All you need is a cheap Christmas wreath, a can of black spray paint, a glue gun and a $1.00 bag of plastic Halloween trinkets. (Of course, the orange door helps, too! LOL)
Welcome guests with a pop of color: spray paint a simple rubber mat. Voilà!
Spray paint a metal trash can and flip over for an instant side table. Thinking of doing this for patio
Use $3 glasses, rubber bands, and spray paint to make a beautiful candle holder
Use $3 glasses, rubber bands, and spray paint to make a beautiful candle holder!!
Cheap glasses, rubber bands, and frost spray paint. Place rubber bands how you want, then use Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass spray paint, waiting 2 min in between coats. Once dry you will want to use a sealer to make it water resistant. You can use Krylon Matte Finish Spray or Krylon Crystal Clear Acrylic Coating.
1. Spray paint with a color. Let dry. 2. Wrap in rubber bands. 3 Spray paint again with a second color. 4. Let dry and remove bands!