Pitcher Re-Do

8:00:00 PM

In just a few minutes you can take an old metal
thrift store find from this....


a little white Krylon spray paint and some 
distressing along the rims...

   
Stamp on a number
(using Stayzon ink...)


and you get a beautiful quick-fix!




Happy Crafting!

Susan

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37 comments

  1. This is great, Susan! I love the number and the simpler look from what it was!

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  2. Nothing like a little white paint! Simple, chic!

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  3. Wow that is a great redo! It turned out so farmhouse chic.

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  4. Okay, hitting the garage sales and thrift stores this weekend!! LOL

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  5. Looks great...I finally got some of that ink, on your recommendation. Guess I'd better give it a try :) Chat soon, Laurel

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  6. Susan, it's gorgeous! I have never tried Stayz on ink, I'll have to look for it. It really turned out pretty, and I love that you didn't just spray it. the distressing and number added so much, tami

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  7. Love it. It looks fabulous and I love the #2. Hugs Marty

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  8. Wow! What a wonderful idea. I have a few pitchers laying around in the basement. I hung onto them figuring I would come up with an idea someday! Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Susan, Love those stamp pads. Rushed out and got one when you first posted about it. Have made some cute postcard pillows with it. Will show them later in the week. Love the pitcher. Great transformation. Love things with numbers on them. Not surprissed it has sold already.

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  10. Ahhh... so pretty!!!! I'm a sucker for anything with numbers on it lately :D Great transformation!

    Shelley
    www.westermanfam.blogspot.com

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  11. I'm so jealous that you have an eye for that. I would have walked right by that hideous pitcher. But you made it so lovely!

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  12. Very nice Susan! I love it!

    Also, thank you for visiting my blog and the vote of confidence. I'm going to live with it a bit and hopefully it will grow on me! Thanks again!

    Nan

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  13. Wow! That turned out fantastic! I never would have thought to spray paint that. :)

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  14. Hi, I'm a new follower. Can't wait to read more of your blog.

    Morela

    ihearttoystudio.com
    addsomechaos.blogspot.com

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  15. I love this! I just became a follower, and look forward to seeing more!

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    Thank you.

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  17. I love what a little spray paint, a stamp, and a few minutes can do. Thanks for linking to Home Decor and Organizing Link Party. I'll be featuring this.

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  21. Awesome, I love what paint can do!!!

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  22. That's awesome!! I love how it turned out!

    Hope you have a great day!

    Cindy
    Purple Froggie Clay Stuff

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  23. It looks great. The magic of paint!
    Visiting from Thrifty Thursday Blog Hop

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  24. Neat easy project! Thanks for sharing :D I am a new follower from the hop. Hope you can come and visit Little Bit and I at: http://socialstudiesmomma.blogspot.com/

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  26. At first I didn't think the pitcher was too bad...until I saw what you did. Much better! It's great.

    I'm a new follower from Thrifty Thursday. I can't wait to see more of your craftiness. http://www.grandmasguidetolife.blogspot.com

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  27. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it! I knew I should have snagged the one that was at my local GW for weeks! Never thought to paint it. DUH! Of course, now it's G-O-N-E.

    Keepin' my eyes out for another. :-)

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  28. Love it! It reminds me of living in the country. I wanted to let you know I am featuring this over at Blissful and Domestic today. Stop by and grab a button.

    www.blissfulanddomestic.blogspot.com

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  29. yeah...it only looks....i don't know....about A BILLION times better!!!!!!! great job! :)

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  30. The number stencil makes it look so much better. I love this quick and easy transformation.

    I came over from 504 Main.

    Ruth

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  31. I always LOVE your work!! I wish I would have had this for my number party last week! :) Thanks for linking up at the Sassy Sites Free For All party! When you get a chance, come back by and see what we've done for the American Crafter's competition... and maybe vote for us too! *wink*

    xoxo!
    Marni @ Sassy Sites!

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  32. That looks brilliant! What are those white flowers? So beautiful?

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  33. Love it, love it, love it! I hope to hit Goodwill next week and now I know what to look for. Plus it doesn't hurt that 2 is my favorite number!

    Jeanine (formerly OneCheapBitch.blogspot)

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  34. Very simple & pretty spray paint makeover! (spray-over?) What would we do without spray paint? Following from SBLC's thrifty thurs!

    -caroline @ c.w.frosting

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  35. LOVE it! Super re-do. Catching you this week,
    gail

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