Welcome to my latest spray painted thrift store makeover! I found these metal jacks paperweights at my favorite thrift store last year on half-price day so they were only $1.00 a piece! Much better than the $6-$69 (!!!!!) I found online. I loved the size and shape but I don’t do primary colors in my house so they needed a little update. Here’s what they looked like when I found them:
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Spray Painted Thrift Store Makeover
There’s just one supply needed for this project — spray paint. I used Rust-Oleum Champagne Mist. Great to have, but not absolutely necessary, is the Homeright Small Spray Shelter. But it sure makes spray painting on my little patio easier! No more overspray.
I sprayed them from one angle, let them dry, then turned them all and sprayed them from another angle. After repeating that a few times, the jack paperweights were completely covered.
I just love that metallic color!
I’ve been displaying them on the antique cabinet we found at Salvation Army. (Read the story behind that HERE.) And this is how Bikeman helps me with decorating our home. I find random Batman figures and bike paraphernalia in unique places!
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What was the last thing you spray painted? Leave a comment and let me know!
‘Til the next project,
Ann @ Duct Tape and Denim