You ready for how easy this is? Wrap the glass canisters in painter’s tape so that you bisect the glass where you want. I then wrapped the part that wasn’t being spray painted in a plastic bag, and added another layer of tape.
DIY Colour Blocked Kitchen Canisters
I made DIY Colour blocked Kitchen Canisters using the gold alphabet stickers I had bought way back in January. I used some spray paint to give them a distinct Kate Spade feel.
Keep in mind that glass will take to spray paint differently depending on how clean it is, so make sure there’s no dust or oil on there. As with all spray painting, hold the can about 25cm away and spray in long sweeping motions. It’ll take several coats to get your coverage, and hopefully avoid any dripage.
Once they’re dry, it’s time to apply your gold alphabet stickers! I bought mine at Michael’s for about 10$, and had more than enough to spell out for a few words.
I didn’t want to put things like “sugar” or “flour,” but “sweet” and “salty” as well as “coffee” felt right to me.
Now, just enjoy your canisters. Have a great day!
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