Well it’s happening. Christmas decor is slowly but surely starting to come out of storage. I’m finally getting in the mood to deck the halls, but I’m not rushing into it this year And I gotta say–is kinda nice taking things slow. I feel like in years past I’ve decorated a bit too early and then by the time Christmas came around I was tired of all the decor. I don’t want that to happen this year, so I’m waiting a little longer than usual. But I can feel it coming and I’ve even started digging out decor from all my storage bins. I actually just did a really fun and easy Christmas DIY with copper spray paint that I’m excited to share with you guys today. This project involves a little wooden sleigh and two antique copper candlesticks!
I’ve had this little wooden sleigh and those old candlesticks for a few years now, but I only feel so-so about them. In fact I never even used the candlesticks. So I figured why not try sprucing them up with this cooper spray paint I ordered from Amazon! I’m really into copper right now and I think it’s beautiful for holiday decor. Here’s how they look now:
Quite the change, right?? They’re both so much better now and I love how they match! I put this little Christmas vignette together using a few bottle brush trees I already had on hand and I LOOOOOVE the simplicity of this look. The copper just creates a very clean and classic feel. PS: that new Tree Farm candle from Antique Candle Co is amazing!!
I haven’t done a spray paint project in a looooong time, but this definitely got me in the mood to do more. It’s just so dang easy and fun! Plus I love this finish on this copper spray paint. And the best part is transforming something you only feel so-so about into something you love. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this post and maybe it gave you an idea or two for your own home. Thanks for stoping by the blog today. I’ll see you back here soon–I have another fun post coming tomorrow! xo