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How To Remove Spray Paint From Your Skin - No Chemicals

How To Remove Spray Paint From Your Skin - No Chemicals! Who knew coconut oil and baking soda could do that?

10 Spray Paint Tips: what you never knew about spray paint. So good to know! Read before your next project!

Keep your kids busy this spring break!  Just did this craft with wide age range of kids. All LOVED it!!  Ordered tiny drop bottles off Amazon, they worked great for the alcohol. Notice in the pictures that the marker is really solid in the corners, gives better results with lots of ink.  Dries in about 10 minutes, then I sprayed with gloss sealer.  Do this Project!!! xo laura.   For more fun ideas visit http://mytimefriends.com

Keep your kids busy this spring break

Keep your kids busy this spring break! Just did this craft with wide age range of kids. All LOVED it!! Ordered tiny drop bottles off Amazon, they worked great for the alcohol. Notice in the pictures that the marker is really solid in the corners, gives better results with lots of ink. Dries in about 10 minutes, then I sprayed with gloss sealer. Do this Project!!! xo laura. For more fun ideas visit http://mytimefriends.com

It's no big secret....I love spray paint. I learned how messy it can be when I had the job of repainting our lawn chairs as a teenager. Until 2006, I considered spray paint to be for refinishing furniture or red wagons. Then one weekend when I was away with friends for a self-imposed art retreat

DIY Mercury Glass

Simply spray your mason jar with the vinegar/water mixture. Then spray a few light coats of the Looking Glass spray paint over the top. Al...

How to Update Your Home For Under $100

Spray painted Gold frames with Black and white photos on a grey wall. YES please!

33 Ways Spray Paint Can Make Your Stuff Look More Expensive

33 Awesome DIY String Light Ideas

String Light DIY ideas for Cool Home Decor - Spray Painted Christmas Lights are Fun for Teens Room, Dorm, Apartment or Home

I LOVE doing this!!! Mix 2 parts acrylic craft paint ($1-2) to one part water, put in a sprayer ($1 in the bargain bin @ big box store) and you can make your own spray ink for crafts!