DIY- Spray Painted Thrifted Finds


I recently stopped at my local Goodwill to purchase a few items I can revamp and decorate my room. It’s typically a hit and misses for me but this weekend I got lucky and found a few cool vases, old bottle of wines, elephant toys, push pins, plates, and frames.

I converted to a more minimal lifestyle a few months but I felt like my room was missing something. I needed a bit of a warmth and chic so I opted for gold and white

I picked up a metallic gold and white spraypaint at Michaels.

I always clean off the surface of any items I purchase at Goodwill with glass cleaner prior to painting or spray painting the surface.
In an open ventilated area I carefully sprayed everything on newspapers and old towels.

Not only was this budget-friendly (15 bucks to be exact!) it gave a pop of color my room craved but it also complimented my brown furniture, faux green plants, white bedding, and curtains. It tied in altogether and made a great modern-day-chic decor.
These picture frames and bowl turned out really cute!
This tray is definitely my second favorite find. I spray painted the outside white and along the trims, I painted it with a gold metallic acrylic paint. For two bucks, I got more than my monies worth! Free Projects, Tutorials and Webinars
That’s actually an old wine bottle I bought for fifty cents.
I absolutely love these toy elephants!
I found some old black beans that I no longer needed so I decided to spray paint them with metallic gold.


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Finish DIY look!



Have you discovered any cool items that you jooshed up recently? Let me know it the comments below!



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