Transform a Dollar Store Pumpkin into THIS with Spray Paint…
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Are you excited for fall decorating?!
Grab some spray paint, and let’s transform some inexpensive items into a fun centerpiece for your table this fall that won’t break the bank. Sometimes, it doesn’t make sense to spend a ton of money on seasonal décor since you’ll only be using it for a month or two.
I recently picked up some dollar store pumpkins, leaf garlands, and two of those pumpkin candy pails from the thrift store for 69¢ each. My strategy was to spray paint all of the items the same color for a more uniform and stylish look – and I’m LOVING the results!
Spray Painted Table Centerpiece
- Any Dollar Store, thrift store, and/or things you already own to update and re-purpose (plastic pumpkins and garland shown)
- Spray paint (I used and LOVE this Gold Metallic Spray Paint by Rust-Oleum)
- Protect a well-ventilated area with paper or some type of cover.
- Spray pumpkins and garland with desired spray paint color. (The biggest tip with spray paint is to make sure you’re not spraying too close to the object, and take your time to do a few thinner coats of paint letting each dry in between. This will avoid runny paint.)
WARNING: Spray painting things is FUN and gets addicting.
After the paint is dry, have fun arranging and stacking pumpkins on your table. Fill the larger candy pails will plants or flowers if desired. (The plants pictured are just inexpensive greenery found at IKEA. I use them for every season!)
I’m enjoying my festive table and love the fact it didn’t cost a ton of money.
Do you have any budget-friendly Fall decorating tips? Let us know in the comments!