A Rustoleum Party

Shanty 2 Chic

Y’all know by now that I NEVER miss a good party, so when I heard that my girlfriends the Shanty Sisters at Shanty 2 Chic were having a Rustoleum party today, I was pretty sure I had a “few” ideas to contribute.

I hope they meant spray paint, ‘cuz if Rustoleum makes anything else, I sure don’t know about it!

Party guests are supposed to include a picture of the Rustoleum product they used, so I borrowed the picture from the Shanty 2 Chick girls, ‘cuz I use the same amazing formula that they do.

spray paint There is NOTHING in this world that transforms something that someone else threw away better than SPRAY PAINT.

I found this bench for $4.99 at the Goodwill store.

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After a little upholstery and some Rustoleum Heirloom White, it looks like this at the foot of our bed.

bench 006I also transformed an unused door into a headboard, with, you guessed it, Heirloom White.

fin br 006Just to prove I know that they make OTHER colors, I changed my Grandma’s chair (with Canyon Black) from this:

003to this:

012 I’ve used Expresso Brown to turn spaghetti sauce jars into stylish storage for dry goods.

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And Canyon Black again to make jars to store just about anything.

jars 002 Spray paint can transform a thrift store frame into a message center.

001 Or a tray to serve summer beverages.

tray 002

You can use it on clay pots.

Jake, front porch 005 I could go on F.O.R.E.V.E.R.

I think I’ll let you off the hook now, so you can go check out the party!

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18 thoughts on “A Rustoleum Party

  1. Great ideas!!! I jsut got a whole load of projects lined up for later!! ;)

    Love how that chair turned out- For some reason, I can’t ever go to full on black- even though I see it everywhere and love it! I alway go with the darkest brown….

  2. I love the tray, so pretty. The bench turned out so nice too, love the transformation. You mentioned on my blog that you used the frosted glass on your sidelight next to your door. Do you have pictures? How do you like it? I have been so tempted to do that to my sidelight, but I am still a little hesitant. I will explore your site to see if you have pictures here. Have a great day!

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