Hey there! How are you all doing today? My boys are now officially out of school and we can let the summer time fun begin.
It’s been off to a great start so far. Today I am sharing how to paint a can and decorate your table tops with them.
I have done and shared so many upcycled can ideas in the past.
Here, I will share just a few…
These cans were spray painted with various summer colors and made for a cute outdoor table setting.
I then took the same cans
and simply put some patriotic ribbon around the spray painted cans to create a pretty Labor day table setting
One thing I have never done is actually just PAINT one.
with Paint from a can.
I had red paint left from painting our pantry door red.
I thought what else can I do with it?
I saw this cutest can caddy and pinned it, and thought
I am making one of those myself.
I will be sharing more on these cute little butterfly embellishments that I made using mod podge melts.
I made a cute little gingham flower too. That was easy, I simply cut a few strips of fabric
and folded it together like an accordion and hot glued it on.
I have to say this was a fun little FREE project and it looks cute on the kitchen table too.
This was the paint and wax I used…
And how cute it compliments my
I did many moons ago.
The runner is our old burlap kitchen diy no sew valance.
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