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  • Nicole Carlson

    Painted candlesticks. Thrift store finds....and spray paint, is never a bad idea

  • Jane Babcock

    Reinvent mismatched thrift store metal candle stick holders into a matched set by painting them to the same color. First prime with a sandable spray primer or auto primer, let dry, follow with a Rust-Oleum glossy spray paint color of your choice. Fun! Fun! Fun! Love the color! Thrift shop here I come!

  • Lauren DeVillier

    Spray painted candle holders! Maybe a different color though!

  • Veronica Larios

    Great DIY idea to paint mismatched candlesticks. You can use it for mismatched vases as well.

  • Katey Townsend

    thrift store finds ~ candle sticks painted with high gloss cobalt blue

  • Caroline Pugliese

    Ten Weekend DIY Projects - Rewards for Mom

  • Jennifer Ponsford

    spray paint candlesticks bright colors!

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