I would like to say a big thank you to Krylon for sponsoring this Easy Christmas Decor project for my home. The best thing about spray paint? It makes changing up thrift store items a breeze!
Wow! It’s December first! I’m sure many of you already have all of your Christmas decorations well on their way. I don’t do a lot of decorating around here, and this is definitely early for me. I’m a fly by the seat of my pants kind of gal and usually don’t put the tree up until absolutely necessary.
I’ve been saving this great pedestal platter for just the right project, and finally it is time for it’s makeover.
What a DEAL! $2 red platter!
TIP Before you spray paint, remember to remove any stickers and dirt from your project. If there are any rough places, be sure to sand, and wipe away any dust and dirt.
I used Krylon Modern White Super Maxx on this platter. It’s the perfect Christmas white. I sprayed several light coats with the platter upside down. After allowing it to dry, I turned it upright and sprayed several more light coats to get the perfect coverage with no drips.
TIP Raising your project up on saw horses makes spray painting so much easier.
Modern White is in the Restore palette.
See? The color is perfect! I love the new look of my $2 thrift store platter.
Christmas décor doesn’t have to be expensive. Using spray paint will easily change up your current pieces to make them perfect for the holidays! Use any Christmas items you have to decorate your new project. Candles and glass cups from the dollar store make this a very inexpensive upcycle.
Using Krylon’s Modern White made this project quick and easy and oh so pretty! What have you spray painted lately?