I love thy cheapness and widespread availability.
The rattling sound as I shake your can fills me with glee.
I loathe the drying time, Spray Paint, but you saveth me money.
I love thine ability to transform objets d'crap into objets d'cuteness.
Thank you, Ms. Elizabeth Barrett Browning, for letting me borrow your opening line today.
A couple of weeks ago, I scored this ugly-with-potential wood pedastal bowl at a local church yard sale.
These are really a dime a dozen at any yard sale, thrift store, or consignment shop. Two or three years ago, I would have marched right past this.
Now I know the power of spray paint!
Now that I've spray painted it, what can I do with it? I used some items around my house to give you some ideas for your own spray paint redos:
~It could be a nice twist on a gift basket for a beloved preschool teacher.
~T would have a hard time losing his stuff if I could train him to drop his wallet and keys in this when he gets home.
~I've run out of room on the girls' handmade bow holder. This is a nice substitute until I get around to make a new one.
~Filled with cheerful lemons and stationed next to a quote tile with an encouraging Bible verse, it gives me something to look at when I do dishes for the 57th time each day.
What's your favorite Spray Paint Makeover piece?
I hope you'll join me for the next Decorating Dilemmas Party! You can click here to view the last party and see how it works.
Linking to Kimba's DIY Day and the very first exciting Challenge at The CSI Project.