What a simple way to add some jazz to wooden spoons. It looks like the handles were dipped in paint. I made them as part of a gift for a friend’s kitchen tea, along with a great cook book and a bottle of wine. As soon as I saw how they had turned out, I had to paint all my wooden spoons. You can choose any colour, maybe to suit her kitchen or her favourite colour. This gift will please all your foodie friends.
Silhouette pictures are lovely. They just add some mystery because of the lack of detail. You can be creative when it comes to making silhouettes, but this is an easy project that will get you started. I made a silhouette of a cat because, well, I like cats. Hang ’em up, give ’em away or even use ’em as regular serving plates! Guests will be so intrigued! You don’t have to be an artist – nursery school tracing skills are all that’s required! Have fun!
I repainted this frame using the distressing technique. It was much easier than I thought, using spray paint and sand paper – it looks brilliant!
We had this awkward wooden table that had absolutely no use, but we didn’t quite want to get rid of it either because of sentiment, and an old pinewood bookshelf (if you could call it that) and decided to convert the two pieces into a one-piece bookshelf table unit that could stand against a wall out of the way, and actually have some storage use. I’m impressed with how it turned out! Pop into a used goods store, see what you can pick up for a good price and give it a try!
We’ve had these pots around our house since I was a kid. When my mom finally grew tired of them, I jumped at the chance to repaint them for my own home. They’re quite expensive to buy, so grab them if you find some for a bargain or lying around someone’s house. It’s truly amazing what some paint and beautiful flowers can do – they look brand new! Continue reading “How to Paint Concrete or Cement Pots” »