Plastic ornaments. Only 5 were painted the blue color.
Ceramic vase. On a side note, this vase was a $4 purchase, in an ugly purple shade that was chipped in numerous places. But it is a beautiful addition to my red and blue kitchen. I love it!
Ceramic vase. This one used a light coat because it was painted a light blue (which didn’t look right), so it didn’t need much of the bright blue. I then coated it with a glitter spray paint since I wanted it more festive for Christmas decorating.
Wood frame. This took up the last of the glorious bright blue. I love this blue.
Looking at the items painted now and it seems like it covered a lot. Again, that’s not always the case.
My brass lamps? Almost 2 cans for 2 lamps.
I dislike painting brass. But the result does make it worth it.
So if you’ve never spray painted before, here are some staples. Primer and clear coat. Aside from the obvious of course: spray paint.
Other items I use: plastic gloves (not necessary, but makes clean up WAY easier)
dust masks (if the area is not well ventilated)
Also, don’t fear the spray paint.
The before and after is always fun and inspires you to paint more!
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