As Autumn fast approaches, it’s time to get out the wellies but how to keep them tidy? We’ve been encouraging order with these novel chalkboard pegs.
Just spray paint a thin piece of balsa wood with Chalkboard spray paint, attach to a large peg with glue and then write the child’s (or adult’s) name on it. Easy to make, easy to use. Perfect!
If you haven’t got time or the resources to make the chalkboard pegs, just use left-over spray paint on wooden pegs for a quick and colourful remedy!
We show you how to create this pretty pink child’s chair, every little girl’s dream…
You will need:
PlastiKote Twist & Spray Primer
PlastiKote Twist & Spray in Cameo Pink
- Make sure the chair is clean and dry.
- Spread newspaper/dust sheets out in a well-ventilated working area or preferably outside.
- Prime the chair with PlastiKote Twist & Spray.
- Apply two to three coats of PlastiKote Twist & Spray in the colour of your choice. We chose Cameo Pink. Allow 5 to 10 minutes between coats.
- The chair will be touch dry in 30-50 minutes and thoroughly dry in 2-3 hours.
Torie Jayne is one of our favourite bloggers and this month we couldn’t resist her stylish transformation of an old bedside cupboard into a stunning corner piece that would grace anyone’s sitting room, bedroom or conservatory.
Torie Jayne used Valspar’s Wild Life spray paint and ,as you can see, this vibrant colour helps bring the room alive!
If you want to read more about Torie Jayne’s projects then go to her blog here. Torie Jayne writes about all things pretty and creative, from shabby chic interiors to gluten-free baking, via decorative crafts and stylish boutiques. You won’t be disappointed!