Pinecones evoke autumn, while silver and blue often call to mind winter. A deft combination of the two provides a dramatic yet easy decorating accent. Here, various shades of spray paint transform the textural beauty of pinecones.
Supplies: A coaster, clear bowl and a terra cotta pot from Dollar Tree. I had to get the bottom to the pot and the wooden knob from Lowes. Spray paint with primer. I wanted mine to look like a real gum ball machine so I chose red and I had a glitter spray paint I was dying to try. I used painters tape and did a design on the clear bowl. I just let the curve of the bowl guide me. Then I used a frosting spray paint. Let it dry and then pull the painters tape off. I used a razor to clean up the…
Coffee Filter Wreath Make a wreath from artfully arranged coffee filters ( Fold filters in quarters and hot-glue in layers to a locking band. Fluff out the filters. Finish the wreath by adding a poinsettia made from wallpaper and cedar balls .
I finished my cat tower off with spray paint from lowes and a martha Stewart glitter glaze and added flowers from hobby lobby and vones and butterflies from the dollar store. I added a purr pad for the cat in the tunnel and my cat loved it!