I love spray paint. It has the unique and unbelievably easy ability to transform pretty much any old piece of junk into something fantastic. Here are 15 awesome DIY projects involving one of my favorite mediums in crafting: spray paint!
Hanging Lights 1 of 15Make over some dull lights with a few splashes of spray paint.
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Chalkboard Globe 2 of 15A chalkboard globe is a little over-done, but I still love it.
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Polka Dot Rug 3 of 15Because everyone needs more polka dots in their lives, right?
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Votives 4 of 15Pretty, pretty votives. I love that they look like old mercury glass.
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Oil + Vinegar Bottles 5 of 15Make yourself a few condiment bottles. Super fast and super easy.
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Baskets 6 of 15I want to make a few for every room to hold our plethora of blankets.
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Utensils 7 of 15A fantastic way to give new life to your old flatware.
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Table 8 of 15You can make a table, or just give your old one a facelift.
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Door Mats 9 of 15Wipe your feet! I would have a hard time choosing a color.
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Planters 10 of 15So simple yet a great statement. Neon is so on trend.
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Chair Makeover 11 of 15This makes me want to go out and find every old folding chair I can. So gorgeous.
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Shoe Makeover 12 of 15Do your kicks need a little bit of color? Try spray painting the tips!
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Animal Magnets 13 of 15They are just too fun not to make. I might make matching ones out of the rear ends.
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Necklace 14 of 15Such a stunning statement necklace. I am in love with the yellow.
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Kiddo Furniture Makeover 15 of 15You have to admit, kid's furniture isn't always the best looking stuff out there. Choose your own colors and go to town!
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