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From Craft Kitsch to Cool

From Craft Kitsch to Cool By Jessica Wilson I’m a big fan of color. In junior high it was all about red, black and white. In high school, I lived in the Tweeds catalogue and pined for pine, teal and mustard. In my early twenties, it was all about eggplant …
  • Jenni McCarty

    Spray painting thrift store finds for retro revival. Bright colors could be really cute in the kids room.

  • Amy Ash

    DIY spray paint thrift store finds to make cute decor or stuff in the garage sale pile

  • Lyndsey

    DIY spray paint thrift store finds to make cute decor. Such a great idea love these bright colours too :)

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