Today, I am sharing a pop of Spring in a can.
I love to recycle cans and craft with them later on.
I have been sprucing up the front porch. The weather is absolutely beautiful here. Warm, sunny, and things are blooming like mad.
You just never know when a craft moment strikes. It struck this morning.
I brought out the
and little wax.
I painted two coats of chalky paint and brushed some dark wax. Then I lightly distressed the cans.
Made some burlap bows, like I made on my burlap bunny wreath.
That’s about it for now. I have to go out and sweep my mess I see. Always funny what you notice in pictures opposed to right in front of your face.
Notice the all the blue? Yes, I love blue. It all flows with the Haint Blue porch ceiling. And of course, I shared my all things Blue back a few weeks ago. I told you I love the color blue!
Have a great day and thanks for stopping over today.
You may enjoy a little more Spring inspiration
and if you like Can, or bottle crafting, I have a few others in the mix
Super petty! !!
I love the pretty spring colors, Debbie. It’s just something that I cannot do in our house, ‘though I do wish I could add more color. Enjoy yours!
Cute!!!! You have endless ideas!
Oh no I don’t sooner or later they are going to fizzle lol!
Cute! My hubby says we are going to have to add on to hold the cans and jars I save!
LOL! Yes, you should see my laundry room floor:)
This is too cute! I painted a few cans for my new office area and could not believe how nice they turned out. Thanks for sharing this!
You are welcome Heather!
Your porch looks so pretty Debbie, and I love the color choices you are using this year 🙂
Thanks Dawn! You know blue is my fave
So pretty, Debbie! It’s always nice to see things blooming.
It is indeed Gina. Hope things are blooming your way.
Super cute!!! 🙂
I love the look of the chalky paint and your porch is beautiful! The weather has been great here too and I love seeing all fhe flowers blooming!
I love using cans, these are so cute. The porch looks great! I love the turquoise-blue shades you are rockin’. I still have to try that chalk paint! Ive only use the chalk paint spray paint.
Nice to see green too, Im in upstate NY and its still a dirty brown mud pit with dirty piles of snow! LOL
When You said haint blue it reminded me of the blue colors people on the coast of S.C. Painted their houses to ward off haints Are you from the South? I’m from McClellanville, SC.
Yes Jane:) Our porch ceiling is painted Haint blue.