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Pearly White Wire Brush Tree Project

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I bleached out some green wire brush trees, to create these pretty white ones! I added some pearls from an old necklace and topped with with some pretty seashells! All the how tos are on my blog! http://www.graphicsfairy-diy.com/2012/12/create-some-white-pearly-wire-brush.html

To see more: http://www.graphicsfairy-diy.com/2012/12/create-some-white-pearly-wire-brush.html

Got a question about this project?

  • Suzy @ Worthing Court Blog

    Love the bleached out trees! I'm headed over to your blog to see how you did it. I have a ton of the greens one and would like to do the same thing to them.

  • Kathy @ Petticoat Junktion
    Kathy @ Petticoat... Clarksville, TN

    I visited your blog for all the details. I didn't know you could bleach those trees. All the glitter really make them sparkle. I think I'll have to head over to Home Depot today.

  • Karen - The Graphics Fairy

    Thanks @Suzy @ Worthing Court Blog! I hope you have a chance to try this, it really is fun and easy!

  • Karen - The Graphics Fairy

    Thank you @Petticoat Junktion! You can color them too, after you bleach them, but I really liked the creamy white ones.

  • KMS Woodworks
    KMS Woodworks Nederland, CO

    It is important to rinse these well, strong bases like bleach, are really hard to rinse well. When I worked in Biotech we would follow our caustic cleaning with a touch of acid. This helps with the neutralization and aids rinsing. In this case a

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