How to quickly and easily put together outdoor party decorations with Krylon ColorMaster.
When Krylon offered to send me some of their ColorMaster spray paint to use for a party, of course I said yes! In fact, I was so excited, that I built a new potting bench.
I started spraying some of my items with Krylon ColorMaster with Cover max including Ballet Slipper (the color of the month). Being the mom of a daughter, they sure pegged this color right. It totally reminds me of Jamie’s ballet slippers as a child. I got this wooden tray at the craft store.
I sprayed some $$tree items—metal plates and glass candle holders. The Krylon Express Palette is so colorful.
The wooden tray was a little rough, I really should have sanded it before I sprayed it. I used some brown craft paper to do a little sanding in between coats.
I used some burlap ribbon to make a bunting by cutting triangles. I spray painted both sides of all of the triangles, then glued them on to some jute twine. This pretty color is Sunrise (Krylon Express Palette)
I added a little washi tape to the wooden tray to give it a little something extra and tie it in with the dessert tray I painted Sea Glass.
Outdoor Party Decorations
I set everything up on my new potting bench to see how it was going to look.
Let’s take a closer look. I love how the new burlap bunting looks with my small rustic chalkboard.
I painted a couple of white pots for the napkins and such. Doilies were added to the metal plates in order to hold the mini cupcakes.
I picked up a small metal tub at my local Deals store and painted it with the Ballet Slipper to contain water bottles.
Do you know my favorite part of this whole setup? It’s only spay paint. Whenever I want to change out the colors, I can simply spray the items with my new color choice!
What is the last thing you spray painted?
disclaimer: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Krylon. All thoughts, opinions, and projects are my own.
Gail Wilson is the author and mastermind behind My Repurposed Life. She is obsessed with finding potential in unexpected places and believes that with a little hard work and imagination, any old thing can be made useful again, including herself!
Gail reinvented herself during a midlife crisis and has found purpose again. She hopes you will find new ideas for old things and pick up a few tools along the way.