Monday, October 8, 2012

Spray Paint to the Rescue!!

Hey guys!  Happy Monday!  I hope you all had a great weekend!  It was a good one here in Michigan....the weather was a bit chilly but we had fun anyways!  I have a quick project make-over to share with you.
I found this little plant stand at a recent flea market trip.  The color was just a bit drab for me so I thought I'd spruce it up with some red spray paint.  Here is the plant stand before.

I gave it a quick cleaning and then a few coats of red spray paint.  I appreciate it much more now that it's "apple" red!!!  How about you?

I hope you have a wonderful day!!
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  1. The red is SOOO much better! Really makes it POP!
    So fun....

    Have a terrific Halloween...!!!


  2. Love the red! Somehow it just makes all the details looks so much better. Great colour choice!

  3. The red does really make the piece. :)

  4. Cute. You have a great blog. I am new at blogging and am amazed at all the great ideas and talented ladies. I will be back.

  5. Happy Rednesday....the perfect choice of color for your plant stand. Jeanne, your neighbor on Rednesday this week!

  6. I love anything red, and this looks fabulous, the paint really perked it up. Saw your link at Tuesday's Treasures. Mary

  7. Squee! It looks awesome in red! It reminds me of Cinderella's pumpkin carriage!

  8. Lovely bright makeover!!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  9. How totally cute! I love how it matches the flowers! It's just adorable. Thanks for linking up on Printabelle.

  10. this is so cute! love love love it! the whole thing makes me think of cinderella! very cool! following!

    Bethany @

  11. I have had the same plant stand for years . It was hunter green then I spray painted it white and have it in my garden to hold a potted plant . Lovely blog . Have a great day !

  12. Love that red plant stand! Super cute with the pumpkin inside. Thanks for sharing at Gettin' Krafty!