Fall is around the corner but for now I’m hanging on to summer. I’ve been into yellow lately – it’s so bright and cheery and I’ve added little pops of yellow here and there in my kitchen.
The yellow splashes started last spring when I painted my hutch. After the paint was dry, I used yellow accents to mix in with my white dishes and knick knacks. I’ve since changed to blue, aqua and sea shells but lately I’ve been drawn back to the cheerful burst of yellow sunshine.
I recently saw this photo from Design Dreams by Anne. She was showing off her new beautiful bathroom when I spied that blue colander on the top shelf. I loved it and the little towels and goodies stored in it. I had to have one and I happened to have a few extra colanders. One was outside on my potting table but it was red. Time to break out the spray paint.
I didn’t have yellow spray paint on hand but I did have a A Martha Stewart Spray Paint Kit. These kits are so handy for small spray paint jobs. You mix Martha Stewart craft paint with the solution provided and add the spray paint nozzle. Easy!
I taped off the handles and the metal areas and then started spraying. It took several light coats to cover the red and achieve a nice smooth finish.
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