Textured Paint Tin Hearts

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 Beautiful tin hearts with a textured paint treatment...

Textured paint tin hearts for Valentine's Day www.homeroad.net

Once again I'm using the textured paint recipe
I discovered that sticks to metal and glass...

Textured paint tin hearts for Valentine's Day www.homeroad.net

 I'm using the textured paint to 
create a shabby look on hand made metal hearts.

I began by cutting hearts out of metal roof flashing...

Textured paint tin hearts for Valentine's Day www.homeroad.net

I mixed up the textured paint recipe and dabbed it on the hearts...
about 2-3 coats were needed.

When the paint dried I sprayed the hearts with a clear sealer.

Textured paint tin hearts for Valentine's Day www.homeroad.net

The texture is on the hearts to stay... I added ribbon 
and a paper rose to each heart and they look
beautiful decorating the house for Valentine's Day.

Textured paint tin hearts for Valentine's Day www.homeroad.net

Give it a try... the textured paint creates a new
look for many upcycled items... 

Textured paint tin hearts for Valentine's Day www.homeroad.net

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  1. Hi Susan! I love the hearts! I've got to try crafting with metal! Thank you for sharing this, and the recipe for the texture paint! Blessings from Bama!

    1. You are very welcome Felecia! The textured paint comes in very handy!

  2. Love the hearts...they are so pretty!!

  3. Could you use spray on texture and paint over it?

    1. Well I suppose you could Nancy :) I like the way this textured paint sticks to everything... I don't know about "spray on texture"...

  4. wow! what a transformation of those pretty hearts! I love the end result. so darn cute! Pinning!



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