Originally brass lamps from goodwill, spray paint in bright colors#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

Goodwill Tips: 9 Ways to Spice Up a Goodwill Lamp

Peter Pan outline, cut out and put on top of lamp shade :)

Take old lamps and turn them into wonderful candle sticks....You can’t even tell. If you look at my Lighting board, there is a tutorial on how to take a lamp apart. It took that tutorial for me to figure out how to get the nut unscrewed. Sometimes I will take 3 different lamps apart and exchange pieces, glue them back together and they come out so unique and beautiful

Coke bottles + duct tape = glam lamp! Now that's creative!

DIY how to make over a lamp shade

Spray paint a rubber door mat to give your front porch or front door a pop of color...

! Go to Goodwill and buy mismatched vases, spray paint them glossy cream

Colored Frames

The answer to my prayers! For my outdoor cushions! Spray It New | Navy Blue Upholstery Fabric Paint

to restore dry erase boards that are hard to erase: spray a clean board with wd40, wipe dry with paper towels. the wd40 fills in the dried pores of the board that hold in marker ink, making it easier to erase.

D.I.Y. Frosted Wine Glasses: dollar store wine glasses, assorted rubber bands, & frosted glass spray paint. AWESOME!

Paint tree branches with metallic gold or silver spray paint

Spray Paint Transformations

Beautiful brass lamp revamp using maps to cover the shade....I am obsessed with lamp makeover projects right now...and I LOVE map decor so this is GREAT

A spray painted old brass light fixture with scrapbook paper added to the candles! Awesome idea!

All over the place...just need the spray paint :)

Suitcase bolted to a stool & painted. Please.

Tells you how many cans are needed from an office chair to a couch. Charcoal Grey Upholstery Fabric Paint

Glue small old toys to a frame and then spray paint a solid color. (nice way to hold onto the things your kids love but don't necessarily "use" anymore...and well the solid color, lol, helps it look great and not obnoxious)