At a cost of less than $10 a can, spray paint is the ultimate cheap-n-easy crafting tool - heck yeah, we love it! We hit the web in search of cool ideas for how spray paint can transform everything from a pitcher to a picture frame.
For some good basics on spray painting, check out
this link from craft maven, Becky Higgins.
Modernize inexpensive thrift store finds with a touch of neon spray paint. This great idea is from Shop Sweet Things. Silver paint gives mason jars a sleek, contemporary look - via Georgia Pellegrini. Thanks to the recent invention of edible (yes, edible!) spray paint, you can actually dress up fruits and veggies with a bit of bling and zing. Get the details at The Kitchn. Spray paint + a metallic pen turn plain plastic toy animals into something so cool! Via Heodeza. This idea for spray painting seashells (to replicate pricey silver shells like the ones pictured here) comes from Dishfunctional Designs.
A lace-patterned coffee table DIY from A Beautiful Mess. Update a ho-hum pair of heels with a few stripes of metallic spray paint. Courtesy of the creative team at Treasures & Travels. You can find painted frames like these all over Etsy, but it's so much fun to make your own! Mix and match colors to suit your style. From Decor 8. Yankee Belle created this painted plate collage. Spray paint over lace doilies onto canvas to create a stenciled effect. This idea came from Shey B. Painted pallets create an inexpensive and colorful outdoor wall. Via Stacy K Floral. Spray paint a cheap thrift store camera and it becomes a quirky modern home accent! Via Under the Sycamore. Tired old bed + can of neon spray paint = super fun kid's bed! Via Under the Sycamore. Paint an old dingy chandelier with a funky color like cherry red. Via It's Just Laine. We found this simple plastic fan painted in retro pink - via Starr Family blog.