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October 26, 2011

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a [painted] gold & wood platter

Inspired by this gorgeous tray (via Bri Emery’s Pinterest), I picked up one of my favorite mediums, gold spray paint (right up there with glitter), and went to work painting this round, wooden platter.

It’s so simple to make this painted gold platter.  Using painter’s tape as your guide, map out the areas you want to keep paint-free.  Then, shake that can of spray paint for 3 minutes and spray away.  Let it dry, and then peel off the tape.

I am THRILLED with the result and I could stare at it for hours!  What do you think??

till tomorrow,

Rebecca

  1. It's sooooo pretty! I love this idea! I so wish I had more time for little hands on DIY projects. But so far I'm just creating things with my computer 😉
    xxx mervi

  2. Oh I like this! You're so good!

  3. Adele says:

    Love this! Bri is so amazing isn't she xoxo
    http://www.intotheblonde.com/

  4. Alexa says:

    I adore this. So beautiful…just the right touch. Love gold + wood.

  5. Victoria says:

    I love it:) Although, I have had to scale back my spray painting household items since the kids are in a very prominent licking phase!

  6. Chelsea says:

    Love! I am inspired…I can't really resist gold right now. xo

  7. Mrs. P Vega says:

    Wow! What a great idea! Love it.

  8. I love a little glitz and glam.

  9. sherri lynn says:

    I love it! What a simple way to really glam up a tray!

  10. The Zhush says:

    amazing tray, love this!

  11. Ohhhh yes! I love this… adding a little glam to an everyday item. So cute.

  12. LOVE this! Now I have to put "wood platter" on my list of things to look for when I go thrifting…like I've said before your blog is so inspirational! 🙂

    //Niina

  13. This looks AWESOME! Totally want to recreate this look! 🙂

  14. This looks so good, might have to give it a try 🙂

  15. Hey, which brand/color spray paint did you use? I have a gold that just isn't that pretty and I'm thinking about doing this with a large diy project I'm working on instead of using gold leaf. Spray paint is much less likely to drive me insane! Thanks girl.

  16. Mary says:

    I have the same plate at home, in a cupboard! I might just do that! Thank you for sharing.

  17. router bits says:

    Excellent work on this plate. I love the combination of wood and painted gold.

  18. Awesome!!! I saw this on her pinterest too and LOVED it but the original source was sold out. Looks like someone will be buying some gold spray paint this weekend.

  19. Kara says:

    I saw that on her blog too and bookmarked it to make- I LOVE how yours came out and that you used that wooden platter for it. Very cute!
    xx Kara
    Sprinkles in Springs

  20. Just saw this on cottage and vine and wanted to come check out your blog. I'm your newest follower! I have 4 square wooden platters that have been sitting in my garage because I couldn't figure out what to do with them. Thanks for the inspiration!!

  21. This is gorgeous! I have some wooden pieces which need revamping and now I am inspired. Visiting via Cottage & Vine. A new follower.

  22. alison says:

    yes, which gold spray paint did you use?

  23. Thanks for sharing this interesting blog. I loved to read this blog. Great work!

  24. Linda says:

    This looks AWESOME! Totally want to recreate this look! 🙂

  25. Maynard says:

    Gold spray paint always comes up great. This is a great idea love it.

  26. Mesta says:

    This is seriously seriously awesome! I can't wait to try it!!!

  27. Lydia says:

    good quality! pining immediately!thanks for your posting

  28. Arabella says:

    It looks nice, thanks for your share

  29. Annette says:

    It look nice, I can’t wait to try it
    Thank for sharing

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