Spray paint. The lazy upcycler’s best friend. What can’t a can spray paint achieve? We have no idea. . .
1. Block colour figurines
Love the shape of an ornament at Salvos Stores but not keen on the details? Spray them with a couple layers of spray paint for a simple modern ornament! These bright colours would be brilliant for a kids room but neutrals and metallics would look perfect for the grown ups.
Tutorial via Just a Little Creativity
2. Light up an old lamp
Spray paint a ceramic vintage table lamp to match your bedroom perfectly. Depending on the details you could have different coloured trims or if you’re crafty add a few stripes in.
Tutorial via Craft Habit
3. Open the door to customised door knobs
Add a personal touch to your furniture by opcycling some ordinary knobs. A quick lick of spray paint and a clever trick with your home printer is all it takes!
Tutorial via The Painted Hive
4. Colourful frame of mind
Pick up a handful different frames and coat them with some spray paint to create a ‘mismatched but matching’ photo wall.
Tutorial via Giddy Upcycled
5. Add some gold to your cuppa
Add some matte gold details to some plain cups to add a little fancy to your afternoon tea.
Tutorial via Garland of Grace
6. You can even paint shoes!?!
Choose the colour of your shoes! This is an entirely new concept to us but it sounds pretty interesting.
Tutorial via Cheap Chic Obsession
7. Paint a biscuit tin and add a chalkboard to label it
Blackboard spray paint is readily available and it just as easy as normal spray paint. Paint a tin lid for a cool way to label your food storage!
Tutorial via Serenity Now
With a can of normal spray paint and a can of vinyl spray paint you can refresh an entire office chair!
Tutorial via Dream a Little Bigger