Thursday, June 30

Pinkalicious Chandelier

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Lately, I've been spray painting 
everything that stands still long enough!

BEHOLD THE POWER OF PAINT!

Here's my latest victim . . .


{I'll be hanging it outside for Nellie's birthday party.}

The inspiration for this project came from 

I started with an old brass chandelier that was 
in my neighbor's garage. {I paid her $10 for it.}


And these are the products I used . . .


I'm not being compensated for saying this,
{and I always give my true opinion anyway}
but of all the spray paints I've used, 
I really heart KRYLON!
{you can get it at Walmart.}

So, first I primed the chandelier . . . 


And here it is again with the "Watermelon" color.


Love it! It's gonna look SO cool for the party!



I'm linking up to these awesome parties:
"Tutorials & Tips" at Home Stories A to Z

"What I Whipped Up Wednesday" at Sugar & Dots
"Show Off Your Stuff" at Fireflies & Jellybeans
"Whatever Goes Wednesdays" at Someday Crafts

7 comments:

  1. This looks beautiful! What a fast way to get that complete. Love how you used spray paint.

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  2. Love it, Michelle!! I *almost* used the same color for my chandy, but switched to blue instead. Now you've got me thinking the pink would have been awesome! That's the beauty of spray paint....so easy to change if you want to!
    All best
    ~Laura
    hayestone.blogspot.com

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  3. I love love love this---it's on my list! It was wonderful to meet you! I am officially stalking you now!
    :)Nat
    doodlecraft.blogspot

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  4. You are adorable and it was so fun to meet you tonight. It was my first bloggy thing so I was a bit nervous ans shy but you were so sweet to come and talk to me. I also LOVE the pin you gave me :)

    A mommy's life...with a touch of YELLOW
    tyandwhitneyulrich.blogspot.com

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  5. Love it! You inspired me and I found 2 on KSL so I plan to put one in my girls room and one in my living room. I plan to spray them a fun color as well. :)

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  6. Just came across your blog while searching for Alice/Wonderland props. Your blog is exactly what we need for our school Girl Scout Tea Party (Mother/Daughter and bridging event.) Thank you SO much in advance for sharing all of the details behind your beautiful work!! I understand your fear of epoxy, primarily because i'm accident prone. I know i'm going to glue myself to something during this project but i'll get over it because i can't wait to spray paint and clue some tea cups & saucers!!!

    Fondly,
    Denise B (St. Louis, MO)

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