One of my rusted tin, make-overs. I did the same process to this soup can as previously. This time I decoupaged some old US papers upon it and added keys rusted in the solution I have told you about , before. Depending on composition of metal, keys can turn out rusty or with a lovely green patina. Rickrack and old string complete the tin and I stuffed it with shredded straw. Pinwheels added, made of fabric. Fourth of July centerpiece.
While one paint color is good, two are even better. Add in some glitter and you have a knock-out DIY project: http://www.bhg.com/decorating/do-it-yourself/accents/easy-home-decor-crafts-and-gifts/?socsrc=bhgpin041314paintedvases&page=2
I’ve been collecting lots of thrift store glass pieces the last six months: milk glass, sherbet cups, candlestick holders, and plain old glass vases–almost all of it under $1 a piece. It’s so great to have on hand when I want to set a table or decorate my mantel. But in order to make it …
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