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How I rescued and updated my mom's vintage enamel topped table. It looks so much better now :)
Find an old paint-by-number (on ebay for instance) and give each of the colours a number, matching the numbers to selected paint chips. And once you've selected those, project the paint-by-number on the wall and trace it out using pencil and start painting!
Paint by Number Mural!!! Awesome idea students could do. To create a paint-by-number (PBN) mural like the one above, Tereasa suggests searching eBay to find an old school PBN painting guide you love. Next, give each of the colors on it a number, and then match each number to a paint chip.