Well, following an almost "copper obsesion" I started spray painting some old pieces I bought from a flea market a while ago.
I also used chalkboard paint for contrast and fun messages.
It's really simple. Spray paint the desired surface and be sure you add a second or even a third coat so that the surface is well coverd.
I find this combination to be so sofisticated and chic and with the right message it perfect for Christmas too, right?
Have fun and get creative.
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I forgot how much fun Polyvore is...
So I came up with this combination that is a classic I guess but so feminine and hot.
The necklace is availbale here.
And this is precisly what I've done, in let's say half an hour or so.
So let’s jump right into the instructions:
Step 1: You can do this project on any type of glass including a vase or a candle holder. You will need to clean the glass first with rubbing alcohol and then dry it off. This helps the paint stick better.
Paint!! I spray paint it but you can use any glass paint you wish.
And that's it! Easy right?
I just loved the shape of the water plastic bottles I had at home, and after thinking and rethinking what should I make from them, I've come up with this cute flower stand.
So easy to make. Cut the top of the bottle and dress the stand with your favorite fabric or wrapping paper. Embelish it with a piece of lace or stamp it or do whatever cross your mind.
Simple way to keep memories close.
I came home from the beautiful Provence with a lavender bouquet, still holding the fragrance and the amazing feeling of being on those stunning lavander fields.
So I came up with this idea of framing some lavender flowers from my bouquet in this teeny tiny pink-ish frame so that I could keep Provence as close as possible.