Spray-painted Parasol

If you've read my blog, so I was pretty excited about the spray-painting in this spring and summer.
This time I painted parasol.
There was no need yet to be dumped! It's good.
Parasols were looking for this. The sun and the rain faded. This painting project took two bottles of paint.
Track lines are protected with masking tape. Therefore, I needed only the red paint!
In my opinion, a parasol is a pretty good-looking again! Parasols took two bottles of spray-paint. I left the underside without paint.


Grid shimmer gently through the paint layer. It's okay. But, parasols still needs fringes or pompons. Or what do you think ?!


After that, it's almost perfect.
Maarit Aho
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  • Ginger Ginger on Aug 09, 2016
    Nice job and great idea! Also, what is the plant in front of the photo? It is gorgeous!

  • Chanitele Chanitele on Aug 09, 2016
    I can't tell from the pic what kind of paint you used. Could you give that info? Thanks

  • Robin Robin on Aug 29, 2016
    I wish I could see a closeup picture of the after. Do you have any pictures if that's?

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  • Trish Trish on Aug 11, 2016
    Nice job!!

  • Elaine Soane Elaine Soane on Aug 29, 2016
    I have an old one I was thinking of throwing out. Might have to paint it my favourite colour (purple) and then put some Beagle stencils on it, and use it out in the garden for shade in the summer where my Beagles play! Thank you for the idea!

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