Copper-fy & Gold-afy Anything + Giveaway!

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When it comes to galvanized items, vintage metal, washed out tin or copper decorative essentials, its pretty clear that they've become a pretty trendy way to decorate with in our homes and kitchens these days as most of you already have seen and know.
Personally I think it gives our homes a cozy, comfy and almost a rustic yet modern feel.
Copper especially has made a big come back, but its still hard to find such unique items that come in copper.  And unless you're buying it new which can be pretty costly, you really have to look through quite a few thrift shops, etsy shops or antique stores to find the quality yet more affordable items.
But fear not my friends, because luckily Rust-Oleum has a copper spray that basically let's you turn any item you think might be better looking in copper, into just that, copper!  Without the struggle of searching those shops for days.
Instead you can magically spray and wallah!
I don't have a lot of copper in my home in fact but I still love it, you'll find more of the vintage gold decor items.   These items make quite the modern and eclectic statement.  They have not all been found or bought but instead sprayed with copper or gold spray paint.  
So what do you guys think?  Are you a gold or copper fan?  
Or both?


Well I have good news because I have quite a few Rust-Oleum GOLD spray paint cans that were left untouched from a previous event that Rust-Oleum so kindly helped sponsor and I hate to let them sit in my garage for too long so I thought I'd give some away!
And you're all invited to enter for a chance to win two cans of Rust-Oleum GOLD metallic finish spray paint for your next projects, four winners will be chosen, so the odds are on your side!


Head over to the blog for more!
Suggested materials:
  • Spray paint   (Amazon)
Charmed Crown & Co.
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