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How to: Turn a Tacky Glitter Reindeer into an AWESOME Glitter Reindeer

By Chris Gardner

...(I got mine at Hobby Lobby, 50% off in the holiday section; I've seen similar objects at Michael's and at discount stores this year) Large bucket or sink and soapy water White spray primer (I used Krylon dual) Krylon Glitterblast spray paint Krylon Glitterblast clear sealer 1. At first I thought I might try to take advantage of the coarse texture on the reindeer, and just spray a coat of glitt...

Tagged: Craft, How To, Holiday, Christmas, Reindeer, Animals, Krylon, Glitter, Curbly Original

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Worn Out Radio Flyer Tricycle Gets an Adorable Custom Makeover

By Alicia Lacy

...out to choose our paint. Ayla's current favorite color-combo is pink and purple, so we settled on 'Purple' and 'Watermelon'. Both are vibrant, saturated colors that really popped. We chose Krylon Dual in a glossy finish for our paints because it's an all-in-one paint and primer that is designed to work well on metal. It also restores and protects against rust, which was an issue we needed to...

Tagged: Krylon, Spray Paint, Tricycle, Makeover, Curbly Original

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How to: Make Sparkly, Glittery Animal Christmas Ornaments

By Chris Gardner

...ls Plastic animals - check your local toy or craft store. I scored mine at Michael's for 40% off each!  Small screw eyelets Electric drill and small drill bits Colored spray paint - I used Krylon Dual paint and primer in one, very helpful with the smooth surface of the plastic animals Krylon Glitterblast paint - I used "Cherry Bomb," "Posh Pink," "Lucky Green," and "Sparkling Waters" Kryl...

Tagged: Christmas, Holiday, Ornament, Craft, Krylon, Spray Paint, Plastic, How To

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How to: Make a Contemporary, Glittery Holiday Tree Centerpiece

By Chris Gardner

...s a lot of glittery cheer for the effort, in my book.  So, there's no reason not to make one yourself! Tools and Materials Paper-mache cones (see Step 1) Solid color spray paint (I chose black) Krylon Glitterblast, I used: Starry Night (black lid) Silver flash (silver lid) Krylon Glitterblast Clear Sealer 1. The ease of this project centers around these paper-mache cones. I have no ide...

Tagged: Christmas, Holiday, Dining, Kitchen, Glitter, Krylon, Spray Paint, Centerpiece, Tree, Curbly Original

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A Glitter-y Vintage School Desk Makeover

By Bruno Bornsztein

...For your big girl room." "When?" "When you get bigger." "How?" "By, um... growing bigger." "Why?" "Because, um, that's what people do, they grow up." And so on (you get the idea). Later, when KRYLON mentioned they had a new amazing and very sparkly Glitterblast line (we did some awesome sponsored projects using their spray paints this summer), I knew it would be a great fit. I know Ayla likes pi...

Tagged: Krylon, Glitterblast, Glitter, Spray Paint, Desk, Kids, Curbly Original

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Before and After: Colorful Bar Cart Makeover

By Diy Maven

...a, aka Tattooed Martha, found the cart pictured above at Goodwill, and although it looks like it was in pretty good condition, its lack of personality just wasn't cutting it. So, Sasha busted out the Krylon and started blasting. Her choice of colors--Sea Glass  and Mambo Pink--would brighten the most dreary of rooms. Take a look: Photo: Tattooed MarthaTo see how the project came together, pay a visit...

Tagged: Makeover Mondays

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How To: Turn an IKEA Dining Chair Into a Fornasetti Work of Art

By Diy Maven

...Even if you're not a fan of Fornasetti, the technique Mark Montano uses to turn an inexpensive IKEA dining chair into a work of art is more than kinda brilliant. First, he shot the chair with  Black Krylon, and then he adhered Fornasetti clip art (supplied) using E-6000 Spray Adhesive. Finally, he trimmed it, subtly, with metallic gold and finished with a coat or two of polycrylic. Yes, the chair is ju...

Tagged: How To, Inspiration

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