I’ve wondered in the past how to paint a picnic basket so when I found this one at my favorite thrift store I thought I’d try it. It was well worn, almost has a hole in one side, but cheap so I figured I couldn’t mess it up.
This is another easy project. (If you’ve followed my blog for a while you’ll realize I don’t have very many hard projects!) I poured a little of my CeCe Caldwell’s Vintage White on a paper plate and barely dabbed my dry paint brush in it. I brushed it against a paper towel so there wouldn’t be a thicker area of paint where my brush first touched. Then I just lightly brushed it back and forth on the picnic basket. I didn’t want a solid coat on it and this turned out just like I wanted.
It’s too fragile to fill and carry items but we have used it for storage and display. In the photo below it’s just keeping my scarves off the ground.
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‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim