Is it possible to inhale too much spray paint? Can it become dangerous? I’m asking because I have been on a spray paint madness lately. I’m surprised the puppy isn’t purple or pink or green and white striped yet! That’s a joke.
Today, I wanted to share…
When the weather is nice or there’s a low tide you can usually find hubby, Divot and I at the beach. The last time I was there I picked up a few shells and them I picked up some Krylon Chrome Aluminum spray. The starfish came from Michaels. I didn’t have the heart to kill a starfish that was still alive when hubby found it in the water. I soaked the shells in a combination of bleach and water. The next step was to give them a shot of the silver spray. If you plan on doing this make sure you use primer first. I didn’t and the silver was very flaky and I had to spray primer over it and start over. I also put a acrylic sealant on as a last coat.
The filler is a combination of 2 sizes of aqua blue and green glass that I used at Christmas. The bowl, I love this bowl, is not expensive, a Marshalls purchase for $12,99. But, I love it, love the lines, it was made in Portugal and I bought it for myself for my birthday.
Have you been to the beach lately? What have you brought home?
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