With some copper spray paint you can totally get this authentic look.
You’re never going to polish your silver again after learning this hack.
So you can keep working on your crafts without any delay.
This energy saving hack is a lifesaver in the winter.
Decorate your house for Christmas without spending tons of money.
It will save you so much time from soaking and scrubbing.
If you want a unique wall in your home without the cost, this is definitely an option.
We can't get over what a difference these silver accents make.
Use Rinea Foil and cut out 10 circles and roll with a pencil.
Those jars you were going to throw out can now be used for so many adorable projects.
Cut off the top of a bottle, and coat it in aluminum to resemble a kiss.
Wrap Aluminum Foil around a styrofoam cone and coat with Hershey’s.
Create a shimmering finish by lightly rubbing aluminum of a silver vase.
Fold the foil several times, poke holes in it, and place in a mason jar with lights.
Take the foil wrapper from your chewy bar and glue it together with rubber cement.
Cut strips of the foil 2 x 9 inches, then roll and coil into a flower.
Wrap aluminum foil around a wooden canvas and spray SPiT on it from a spray bottle.
Roll a piece of foil onto a center of a pin, then decorate with broken pieces of jewelry.
Fold, cut, and overlap the foil over itself to make a star for Christmas.
Bend and fold a special dog ear for your book out of decorative foil.
Glue zip dry onto some foil with decocolor pens.
Gather aluminum foil and bend into a candy cane, then cover with fabric.
Put adhesive spray on your foil shaped tree, then roll it in glitter.
Sand down the chair, paint, apply the foil, and let dry.