Rust-Oleum crafts

Revamp breakfast table and chairs with Rust-Oleum
Rust-Oleum spray paints can be used indoors and outdoors. With the revamp going on at my place there are quite a few projects that can be done with Rust-Oleum, and giving Humphrey, my giant tortoise a new look is just one of them.
Revamp breakfast table and chairs with Rust-Oleum
I am in the process of paving my outdoor area and want to set up a spot where we can sit outdoors on warm mornings and enjoy breakfast. Using cast-off plastic and steel chairs and a concrete pedestal table, everything was painted with Rust-Oleum spray products.
Extreme protection from wet weather
Rust-Oleum have launched a revolutionary new surface protection - NeverWet. Available in a 2-step spray on product, the treatment causes water droplets to form on surfaces  including metal, wood, aluminium, concrete, canvas, most plastics and more.
Recycled bottles into vintage decor accessories
I have a habit of not throwing anything away until I have run out of options for upcycling. Glass bottles are one of my favourite and I have a cupboard full of bottles, containers and jars waiting to become projects. This time I dug out some old tequila bottles that have been lying around for 20 odd years! 
Paint dining table and chairs with Rust-Oleum
Rust-Oleum spray paints offer a myriad of ways to transform old fashioned, secondhand or hand-me-down furniture. With just one can of Rust-Oleum you can turn a plain dining table set into modern piece that match the colours and style of your home. You will find the full range of Rust-Oleum products at your local Builders Warehouse.
Salvaged cabinet = mini bar
Finding the right pieces of furniture for a home can be difficult, especially if you are looking for pieces that are unique or not your average mass-produced furniture that you see in every home decor store. Turning a salvaged cabinet into a home bar was an easy project that yielded successful results.
Restore a claw foot bathtub
If you love the romantic style of a claw foot bathtub and are lucky enough to find one at a salvage yard or online, more often than not you will need to restore or paint the bathtub before installation. In this article we provide some tips on painting a rusty claw foot bathtub.
Biscuit tin turned into vintage sewing kit
Turn a plain biscuit tin into a wonderful decor accessory or sewing kit using a few bits from your sewing box. This simple project shows how easily you can transform everyday items that would normally be thrown away into something useful.
Make a Lego coat hanger
This Lego block coat hanger is a colourful and fun way to encourage young children to hang up their clothes. It's made using a piece of pine and a large pine dowel that is glued together and sprayed with Rust-Oleum 2X Ultra Cover in bold primary colours.
Add an element of warmth and texture to a home
We have seen quite a bit of metallics used in home decor and this trend doesn't seem to be fading, as gold, silver and copper continues to show up on catwalks, and makes a feature in homes when used a wall tiles, textiles and decor accessories. You can easily add a touch of metallic to a home with the Rust-Oleum Universal range of metallic spray paints.
8 Colourful projects with Rust-Oleum
Rust-Oleum offers an excellent selection of spray painting products that come in an amazing range of colours. Satin, gloss or metallic, Rust-Oleum spray paint offers twice the coverage to make spray painting almost any object quick and easy. You will find the complete range of Rust-Oleum products at your local Builders Warehouse.
DIY laptop stand or laptop lap tray
This laptop stand or lap tray is perfect for anyone who finds themselves working in a situation where a table or desk isn't available. I made this laptop stand for my son, who is presently doing studies and either sits on his bed or couch. The laptop stand has holes that allow for air circulation, and even a slot for your iPad or smart phone.
Yoghurt cup drawer divider or organiser
Use yoghurt cups to make drawer dividers, craft and hobby storage containers, makeup or jewellery organisers. All you need is a tray of yoghurt cups, a glue gun and a can of Rust-Oleum 2X spray paint to make nifty organisers that you can use for storage. Using yoghurt cups is an ideal way to recycle this plastic waste and put it to good use.
Recycled plastic spoon Protea vases
Give me any opportunity to use recycled materials for projects and I will definitely take on the challenge. After a recent Valentine's dinner, I received a grocery bag full of plastic spoons. I have had the idea of using spoons to make decorative vases for quite a while but wanted to combine this with my collection of saved glass jars, tins, plastic tubs and bottles.
Can I paint on fabric? Yes you can!
Yes, depending on the type of fabric you can paint it. Cottons and natural fabrics are easy to paint on, as are some of the poly-cotton blends. Plus, you can use ordinary acrylic craft paints to paint colourful designs onto upholstered furniture, or to make your own funky fabrics!
Gold-dipped bar stools
Grab a can of Rust-Oleum Universal in pure gold at your local Builders Warehouse and add a dash of glitz to boring bar stools. This quick and easy projects turns plain pine bar stools into colourful accessories - and you can colour match to your existing decor with a wide range of Rust-Oleum hues.
Spray or paint your serviettes!
I have done a lot of things with spray paint, but making serviettes is definitely a first, although I have use spray paint for quite a few fabric projects. With a Rust-Oleum conference coming up I decided to show the many ways - other than the obvious - to use spray paint. The serviettes are cut from canvas drop cloth and the edges are frayed, although you can fold them and sew if you prefer a neater finish.
Create polka dot kitchen cannisters
Rust-Oleum chalkboard spray has so many uses, but to tie in with our Colourful Kitchen article, I sprayed two glass jars (R39.99 at Mr Price Home) with chalkboard spray and added colourful designs with Bostik glass deco paints. Just one of the many ways to transform affordable decor accessories into unique pieces for any home.
Rolled tube wine bottle holder
If you feel that weaving with rolled newspaper to make baskets might be too much for you, consider using rolled newspaper tubes in an easier method to create home decor accessories. In this project you roll newspaper tubes to create an attractive wine bottle holder - and it won't cost anything other than a few supplies that you probably already have.
Colourful newspaper baskets
I have spent hours looking for projects on rolled newspaper or paper baskets and have discovered so many easy ways to use rolled newspaper to make baskets in various shapes and sizes. I like this newspaper basket project because of the colours the basket were painted - and it's so easy!
Weaving newspaper storage baskets
I have just discovered how easy it is to weave a basket using newspaper! It's so simple to roll paper tubes out of newspaper and then weave the tubes into a basket. You can bet I will be making plenty of these faux wicker baskets for future projects, as well as for storage in the home.
Create a chalkboard calendar
New year is just around the corner and I thought this might be the perfect time to recap on ways to add a chalkboard calendar to a wall. Whether you have one in your home office, in the kitchen (on the back of a door), or in a children's bedroom, a chalkboard wall calendar allows you to keep track of important events, celebrations and things to do.
Portable lazy susan rotating turntable
This portable lazy susan rotating turntable can be placed on a dining table or on a buffet for easy access to a variety of snacks. If you are setting up a table for entertaining, make this quick and easy lazy susan turntable out of a stainless steel tray that you already have at home.
Make a decorative peg wreath
Who would have thought that boring household pegs could be transformed into something so charming. Grab some pegs, Rust-Oleum 2X hunter green spray paint and a few decorative supplies. You can make a peg wreath for decoration, as a place to hang your Christmas cards, or to keep notes and memos handy.
Add a touch of sparkle to accent furniture
If you really want to make your accent furniture stand out and shine, then you need to add a touch of sparkle. Metallic finishes have been trendy for some time, and indications are that they will continue to be popular. But it's not just about being trendy... adding gilding or leaf, or spraying furniture in a metallic finish really allows accent pieces to shine.
PVC pipe festive decor
Not everyone wants to put up a traditional Christmas tree with all the trimmings, especially if you have a home full of children and pets! This year there are plenty of ideas for alternative Christmas trees that look just as gorgeous - and they take up less space and are safer.
Make your own curtain tiebacks
Love the idea of making my own curtain tiebacks with items that can be found at your local Builders Warehouse - and that won't cost much either. These curtain tiebacks are made using hardware, copper pipe and rope.
A dining room suite goes gloss!
While painted wood is not everyone's cup of tea, where hand-me-down furniture just doesn't fit in with your decor, a can or two of Rust-Oleum spray paint can totally transform and revamp a dining suite in a weekend.
Book caddy or shelf
This book caddy retail at around R1200 if you had to buy them ready made. Make your own and it will cost you nothing if you use any offcuts lying around, or R600 for a sheet of 16mm PG Bison SupaWood and you can then make 3 or 4 units from one sheet.
Rust-Oleum for hardware, handles and knobs
Replacing hardware, handles and knobs is a reasonable easy project, but can also be an expensive one. Instead of replacing dated bathroom fittings, knobs and handles - use Rust-Oleum Universal or Metallic effect spray paint to give hardware an affordable and instant makeover.
Lace and spray paint for furniture
Some years back I posted an article on using lace and spray paint to dress up the top of a cabinet. This technique has resurfaced all over the Internet and there are beautiful examples of lace spray painted furniture. It's an easy way to dress up a dated piece and put a new twist on old furniture.
Revamp secondhand bargains
Browsing for bargains on sites such as Gumtree, OLX and Bid or Buy and other online auction sites, is fun - and you are bound to pick up a great buy sooner or later. Being able to revamp secondhand bargains is easy with a can or two of Rust-Oleum 2X spray paint.
Paint dipped effect with Rust-Oleum spray paint
I'm loving all the paint dipped furniture that's featured on the Internet, and since I needed to give this stool a makeover, I decided now is the perfect time to try this out. Using a can of Rust-Oleum 2X satin blossom white and a can of Rust-Oleum Universal pure gold, I sprayed the stool for my bedroom.
Distressed furniture with Rust-Oleum spray paint
Rust-Oleum 2X spray paint is an affordable way to paint furniture and there are easy ways to distress spray painted furniture if you want to create a vintage or shabby chic look. Here's how to spray paint and distress furniture.
Spray hinges, handles, knobs and hardware
Because we have limited options when it comes to hardware - particularly hinges - for DIY furniture projects, it's sometimes necessary to make a plan and paint hinges to match the look or style of a piece being made. Here's how to use Rust-Oleum Universal spray paint for hinges, handles, knobs and other hardware.

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Revamp garden or patio furniture
If you're a fan of Home-Dzine, you know how much I love using Rust-Oleum spray paint in and around the home. It's the most amazing spray paint ever and can be used on so many surfaces to instantly transform or add colour. Here's how to use Rust-Oleum 2X spray paint to transform dull, drab patio furniture in a day.
How to spray paint like a pro
Being able to spray paint properly allows you to revamp or transform a wide range of objects, from decor accessories to furniture. Secondhand finds, hand-me-downs, and dated or drab furniture can easily and affordably become favourite pieces simply with a coat or two of Rust-Oleum spray paint.
Restore steel garden furniture
It's officially spring, which means spending more time outdoors.... yah! But if your steel garden furniture is an eyesore, it's time to grab your Dremel Multitool and sanding ring, as well as a can of Rust-Oleum Universal spray paint.
Make a PVC pipe laptop stand
Here's an inexpensive and fun way to make a laptop stand using PVC plumbing pipe that you will find at your local Builders Warehouse. If you prefer a more industrial look, use copper pipe as an alternative.
Makeover a chest of drawers with Rust-Oleum
Giving furniture a makeover is one of the most self-satisfying projects you can do. Taking a droll piece of furniture and adding Rust-Oleum spray on colour is quick and easy - and affordable.
Great uses for Rust-Oleum spray paint
Pop into your local Builders Warehouse for a can or two of  Rust-Oleum spray paint in your favourite colours and get creative. Here are some great ideas for using Rust-Oleum spray paint for projects in and around the home.

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Secondhand dresser revamp
Buying secondhand furniture is a great way to find those old pieces that you can work magic with. A little sanding and touch up here and there, a coat of Rust-Oleum 2X spray paint, and you have a beautifully revamped piece of furniture for your home.
Paint cabinet hardwith with Rust-Oleum
Because we have limited options when it comes to hardware - particularly hinges - for DIY furniture projects, it's sometimes necessary to make a plan and paint hinges to match the look or style of a piece being made.
Makeover garden furniture with Rust-Oleum
Give me half a chance and I will talk for hours on the joy of using Rust-Oleum spray paints for projects in and around the home. There simply is no spray paint that comes close to Rust-Oleum, and their range of products is amazing.
Dress up plain glasses with Rust-Oleum
If you are planning a party or special event and want to add a dash of glam, then these gold painted drinking glasses are just the thing. Grab a can of Rust-Oleum Universal metallic in pure gold, and a Rust-Oleum gold leaf paint pen.
Paint wicker furniture
Whether you already own wicker furniture that needs a makeover, or you discover secondhand wicker furniture, Rust-Oleum spray paint allows you an easy and affordable way to update and transform wicker furniture and accessories.
Dandelion triptych
I have been wanting to make a dandelion triptych for ages and a recent experiment using relief paint and aluminium foil to make a picture frame got me to thinking about the perfect idea. My dandelion art is on SupaWood and uses relief paint, which is then covered with Rust-Oleum titanium silver spray paint. I love it...!

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rust-oleum gloss apple red console table
Make your own embellished letters
Take a look around your home and you are bound to come across odd pieces of broken jewellery, single earrings, buttons and other items that you can use to create your own embellished letters. It's so easy...
rust-oleum gloss apple red console table
Revamp a scratched dining table
Use Rust-Oleum 2X spray paint to revamp a scratched or damaged dining table at a fraction of what it would cost to replace. You will find the entire range of Rust-Oleum products at your local Builders Warehouse store.
rust-oleum gloss apple red console table
Renew old furniture with Rust-Oleum
Rust-Oleum UltraCover 2X spray paint is not your regular spray paint. Rust-Oleum takes the pain out of painting and is a cost effective way of creatively renovating a wide variety of objects to decorate and refresh a bedroom for a little girl. We teamed up with Plascon Double Velvet for a total refreshed look for any little girl's bedroom.
rust-oleum gloss apple red console table
Make a console table with faux lacquer finish
I have had a lot of compliments on the console table since making the project earlier this year for Easy DIY magazine. I think more than everything else it's the paint finish. The Rust-Oleum Ultra Cover 2X spray finish is gloss apple red, but the high-gloss shine looks like a lacquer finish and it what makes all the difference to this project.
rust-oleum spray paint
So many ways to use Rust-Oleum spray paint
You know I love Rust-Oleum spray paint. I have used it for so many projects here on Home-Dzine. Rust-Oleum is not your average spray paint, far from it, and you need to grab a can or two from your local Builders Warehouse to give it at try and see for yourself. Here are some projects that use Rust-Oleum spray paint to get those creative juices flowing...
recycled plastic bottle party favours
Make your own party favour containers
At the DIY Divas upholstered ottoman workshop yesterday we were discussed recycling. One of the ladies (thanks Bettina!) mentioned how to make party favours using the base of a plastic bottle. Not quite understanding what she meant, I experimented with different ways and lo and behold, you can make fantastic party favour containers with a plastic bottle. Here's how...
makeover picture frames with rust-oleum
Rust-Oleum Universal metallics
Add a soft, elegant metallic finish to wood, metal, plaster, masonry, ceramic or wicker. The durable formula provides lasting luster when applied to surfaces and provides a gilded effect to mirror and picture frames, decor accessories, and even architectural details.

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recycled plastic bottles for party supplies
Candy stand from repurposed plastic bottles
I have no idea where the inspiration for this candy stand came from... I have a pile of cut plastic bottles that I regularly play with to think up ideas to use them, and this one just popped into my head. I think it would be perfect for a party table or special occasion, and could be used to display sweets or snacks.
recycled plastic bottle flower pots
Plastic bottles as plant pots
My lastest endeavour to repurpose plastic bottles uses juice bottles - the square type - but you can use any size or shape of plastic bottles for this project. In fact, the more varied your plant containers - the nicer the overall effect when they are all placed together.
air dry clay figurines
Air-dry clay decorative birds
As seen in the September issue of Home-Dzine Online... Here’s another crafty project that uses air-dry clay. Make these contemporary guinea fowl figurines for a unique display. If birds aren’t your thing, you can use air-dry clay to make almost any creature or shape.
art with spray paint
Easy art with Rust-Oleum Universal - pure gold
Here's an easy way to make your own art with Rust-Oleum Universal - pure gold - spray paint and canvas frames. Repurpose old canvas art and transform them using masking tape and Rust-Oleum Universal spray paint in pure gold.
spray plastic venetian blinds with rust-oleum
Spray paint my kitchen blinds
I have these plastic blinds in my kitchen. They're great because they are easy to keep clean - I pop them into the bathtub with some handy andy to soak and then rinse them clean. But over time they do become dull and grungy and rather than replace them I decided to see how they would look with some spray paint.
frosted glass spray
Make unique frosted glass candleholders
I like shopping on the cheap... visiting wholesale or discount stores that offer glassware and decor at low cost, that you can do up to fit in with your decor style. I found a great idea to enhance your tablescape without breaking the bank? A little paint, plus fancy frosted glass finish and tada, you have a perfectly personalized glass jars for a candle, flower arrangement or anything your heart desires.
use spray paint on rugs
Spray paint a design on rugs or carpeting
You just have to love how people are becoming so creative with Rust-Oleum spray paint - even I have been discovering how versatile this spray paint can be on fabrics and carpeting.

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revamp steel garden chairs
Revamp plastic and metal chairs
I have had a couple of plastic chairs hanging around the garden for about a year. I painted both chairs with Rust-Oleum Protective Gloss Enamel spray, which gives them a high gloss finish and also protects from future rust, even though they will still be kept outdoors.
spray paint on fabric with rust-oleum
Spray paint on fabric
Have been loving this chevron pattern for some time now and still haven't seen any nice fabric in the shops. While making the garden table, I also spray painted a couple of old plastic chairs that were stuck in a corner of the garden and also decided to add some colourful cushions. Since I wasn't able to buy chevron fabric, I made my own !
make your own wall art with rust-oleum
Create art with Rust-Oleum spray paint
It doesn't take much for me to find ways to use spray paint. Having previously tried my hand using an artist's spray gun, I found it fun to grab a couple of cans of Rust-Oleum for my 3-seasons apple tree art. This art signifies spring, summer and autumn. I would have added winter but didn't have enough room on the wall!
upcycled coastal decor
Upcycled coastal style decor
I am busy putting together a project booklet for Rust-Oleum that shows a variety of ways to use the many Rust-Oleum products. The coastal-style decor project came out really well and I thought I would share a few elements with you.
clay candle holder
Make a clay candleholder
Das or Jovi clay is for me the easiest clay to work with. You don't need to bake this clay, simply leave in the sun for a few hours until it's dry and then you can paint it with Rust-Oleum 2X gloss white or cream.
frosted glass decor ideas
Frosted glass with tree design
I am busy preparing for the workshops for Grand Designs Live at the Coca Cola Dome from 25 to 27 May (see below for dates). One of the workshops will be to look at different ways to make picture frames and I wanted a nice framed project to show everyone.
rust-oleum spray products
Rust-Oleum product range
If you haven't yet tried Rust-Oleum spray products, be prepared to be amazed! These are not your average spray paints where you need to apply coat, after coat, after coat of paint for a decent result - one or two light coats are more than enough to cover.

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spray paint washing machine
Dishwasher gets a Rust-Oleum makeover
Here's a reader project that shows you how easy it is to use Rust-Oleum spray paint to give appliances a makeover.
makeover ceramics with spray paint
Upcycle dated decor accessories
We're putting more importance on recycling, upcycling, reusing and repurpose household items and accessories rather than throwing out and buying new.
Glow in the dark jars
They may not be bright enough to light up a room, but these glow-in-the-dark glass jars will certainly create an unusual feature. Try them as a centrepiece for an evening meal with friends - they are sure to get conversation flowing!
chalkboard paint on furniture
Furniture makeover with chalkboard paint
Chalkboard paint shed its dusty classroom reputation ages ago, suddenly making an appearance on walls in all the best homes as people discovered various ways to use Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Paint in different ways.
chalkboard menu board
How to make a sophisticated chalkboard
Transform a chalkboard into a sophisticated gilt frame for mounting in a dining room. Write a thoughtful greeting for holiday guests, or use it to announce the dinner menu or evening's festivities.
revamp lamp with spray paint
Lamp makeover
A can of Rust-Oleum spray primer and Rust-Oleum 2X satin aqua and a little bit of raffia are all that you need to transform ho-hum table lamps.

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frosted glass spray
Easy way to etch glassware
Frosted glass spray is an easy way to apply frosted or faux etch effects to glass - all types of glass. Use on drinking glasses, candle holders, kitchen cabinet doors, sliding patio doors and more...
New look for a tired bookcase
A couple of cans of Rust-Oleum 2X - canyon black, and some Fired Earth wallpaper and this bookcase goes from drab to fantastic.
Laundry chalkboard
Add a framed chalkboard to your laundry and chalk up your shopping list. A rather cheap, plastic picture frame is transformed into a practical chalkboard.
Make a table lamp from a wine bottle
Wine bottles make lovely table lamps and won't cost you an arm and a leg. All you need is a decorative shade and a few accessories to finish it off.
Revamp furniture
Transforming four cheap chairs into a kaleidoscope of colour is easy with a few cans of Rust-Oleum 2X Painters Touch spray paint.
Chalkboard toy caddy
Parents will appreciate the ingeniousness of this double-duty storage unit and chalkboard. Besides stashing toys, the unit lets kids' imaginations run wild in a litter-free, paperless way. Chalkboard paint makes it a snap to turn any surface into a doodling board.

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Wicker table revamp
Colette Molenaar, our DIY Diva in Port Elizabeth, recently revamped an old wicker table. The result is stunning - and all it cost was a couple of cans of Rust-Oleum 2X Painters Touch.
Distressed ivory makeover
We recently moved into a new house – this little table was left in an out building by the previous owners. What a perfect candidate for a bit of Rust-Oleum Distressed Ivory.
New look for tin trunk
Colette Molenaar shows us how she gave an old tin trunk a makeover with Rust-Oleum Classic Leather kit.
Metallic flower pots
When most people think of indoor plants they think ferns and ficus, but potting up painted flower pots with different varieties of grass has become a very popular trend.

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Give my braai a makeover
The average South African braai has to be ready for anything - at any time! Because we love a good braai, in winter or summer. Grab a can of Rust-Oleum High Heat spray and give your braai a makeover.
Transform dated garden furniture
Patio furniture looking dull and dated? Think twice before you toss them out... It's easy to transform them and make them look better than new. All you need is a little imagination and a few cans of Rust-Oleum 2X spray paint.
Use Rust-Oleum spray paint in so many ways
Discover how easy it is to upcycle dated items with a can or two of Rust-Oleum spray !
Chalk board ideas
Use Rust-Oleum Chalk Board paint in more than one way to add practical decor elements to your home.
 
Faux antique frame
Make an antique frame that looks stunning around a mirror or picture and won’t cost a fortune. We use polystyrene crown moulding strips for a mirror frame that has plenty of detail and a light enough to mount anywhere.
Get crafty with chalk board paint
Add something different to your table with the chalk board projects.
 
Sand effects
Use Rust-Oleum sand stone spray to dress up a boring cabinet with a beach theme.
 
Spray paint a tablecloth
A stencil and Rust-Oleum spray paint are all you need to create your own decorative tablecloths.
Rust-Oleum spray for vinyl
To find out just how good rust-oleum spray for vinyl really is - I sprayed my boots.
Two years on and they still look good !
Transform dated wood or aluminium blinds
The most dramatic change I've ever made with spray paint is when I decided to spray paint our blinds in our living room. 

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Metallic sunburst mirror
Using a few everyday kitchen accessories, Rust-Oleum metallic spray and a round mirror you can easily create a stunning sunburst mirror for your bedroom or bathroom.
Rust-Oleum metallic sprays
For centuries decorative painters have guilded artworks with flakes of gold, silver, and other precious metals. Today, you can achieve similar effect with Rust-Oleum metallic sprays - available at your local Builders Warehouse.
Rust-Oleum Vintage Leather kit
We used three different Rust-Oleum paint technique kits to give decor accessories a completely new look. In this project we use Rust-Oleum Classic Leather Kit on an old steel trunk.
Rust-Oleum Antique Copper kit
The kit comes complete with everything you need for the project other than a dropcloth, a damp cloth and something to paint!
Rust-Oleum Crackle Creations
An old plastic clock gets a new look with Rust-Oleum Crackle Creations.
Spray paint on cushions
You can easily make your own cushions in colours and designs to suit your decor. All you need for this project is cotton fabric, cushion inner, paper, self-adhesive spray and Rust-Oleum Painters Touch.
Makeover with Rust-Oleum
Makeover an old tablelamp with paint and a funky design to match your decor.
How to paint over melamine
Transform plain melamine or pine furniture with Rust-Oleum Paint Pens. Quick, easy and affordable.
Chalk board paint
Chalkboard paint is most commonly available in green and black, but you can even get it in blue, pink, purple, and other colours. In kids’ bedrooms, a chalkboard wall can provide hours of entertainment.
Restore wrought iron
Minor rust repairs, spot priming and coats of paint can disguise small defects, but corrosion under layers of paint can require serious repair with an angle grinder.

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