I shared two of the projects yesterday - the pedestal bowl and candlesticks - so today, I'll show you the rest. Let's start with the tablecloth. I purchased an inexpensive one at Christmas Tree Shops and picked a DecoArt paint in Indian Turquoise -
Then, I found a stencil (it was leftover from my coffee table makeover) -
By the way, I thought that this was one of the easiest stenciling projects I have ever done. I definitely plan on doing this again - what an inexpensive way to have a custom tablecloth!
And since I was on a stenciling kick, I went ahead and stenciled some dollar store plates. This time, I went back to the Calypso Blue Gloss paint -
Again, pretty easy.
With all of that blue and white on the table, it was time to add a punch of color. As in my inspiration picture, I added some orange. First, I found a bunch of wooden napkin rings at Salvation Army for $1. And I painted them with Bright Orange Gloss paint -
And I used the same paint on these $1 spheres that I found at Christmas Tree Shops -
I placed them in paper cups and painted one side at a time -
And I ended up with this -
So to wrap it up, everything you see on this table has been painted with DecoArt paints. And even though I took on this project as a craft competition challenge, I had a lot of fun with it. Now I have to get back to my regular house projects!
I've share this project here -