How to Paint a Spring Piece

Hi everyone, Denise from Salvaged Inspirations here!

For today, I have a spring-inspired curb-shopped before and after along with time-saving tips and some color advice!

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How To:

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked – what colors should I use? My response is always the same and couldn’t be more straight forward and simple.

Color is a personal preference. What I might like could be a color combo you hate or vice-versa. Follow your heart and your own instincts and use colors YOU love!

Cosmic Roses was my inspiration for this makeover. I went with my gut on this one and pulled in a variety of greens from this floral transfer.

I used Slick Stick to avoid sanding and BOSS to cover any bleedthrough. 

I started with this gorgeous Palmetto Green on the legs and bottom.

Then added this Kudzo Green.

And finally, this Limeade – a cheerful bright yellow/green.

Once I had my three base colors down, the second coat was all about blending. If you’d like to learn my blending technique you can check it out on my Youtube here.

To learn more about this masterpiece, head over to Salvaged Inspirations here!

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