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  • Sini Korhonen

    Spray paint over a lace curtain. So pretty! .... this would be a nice makeover for our kitchen chairs.

  • Lyneve Bailey

    Lace Spray Paint Chair - Spray Paint Through Lace! Started with a brown old chair, placed a lace curtain over the chair seat, spray painted over lace with white flat paint, let dry and then removed. Paint the rest of the chair white and use accent color to edge lace patterns!

  • Jenny Clark

    How to spray paint furniture through lace :-)

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