Friday, October 12, 2012

Fall In Love With Spray Paint Party

This week I showed you here how my old and neglected metal couch fell in love with Krylons Rust Protector Spray paint. 
The couch was so ready to meet the "right" one  can of paint.
It was truly a match made in heaven.
I can't say enough about how easy it was to apply Krylons Rust Protector paint. It went on smooth, dried quickly and the finish looks brand new.
Now it's your turn to show us what amazing projects you have spray painted. Once you link up it will appear here and on these other amazing blogs.      
 Karianne at Thistlewood Farm
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Laura at Finding Home
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Linda at It All Started With Paint
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In addition, you will vote for your favorite projects from now until October 16th when the party closes. Just click on the "like" under the project. The top 8 "liked" projects will be used to choose four winners by Krylon (who used Krylon products), who will also receive a prize package and be shared on the Krylon Facebook page with a link back to your project post.
Then on October 19th me and the other party hosts will each be selecting four of our own favorites to share. 
Click here for contest rules.
Good luck! Now let's see those projects.

Note:  I have been compensated by Krylon for this post…..but my opinions about how spray paint completely transformed my rusty ole couch are completely  my own. 


5 comments:

  1. I love your bench, absolutely beautiful!
    Thanks for hosting a great party
    Debbie :)

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  2. Thank you so much for the party!! Happy fall ... I'm on way for a glass of wine on that awesome bench!!

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  3. The sofa looks amazing in those beautiful neutral colors.

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  4. Laura, your metal couch looks lovely. Great idea for a party. I have a metal daybed frame that I'd like to put outside...just wasn't sure if it could survive the elements. Maybe with a coat of rust protectant it would work...

    Sharon

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  5. Ooh, this is lovely! You can never resist the loveliness of renewed furniture. What I love about spray paint is it dries quickly, thus letting you see the upshot after a short time. Anyway, did you apply a primer coat on this?

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