You have to love metallic gold spray paint for it’s ability to make anything look good, especially some dried bits and pieces from my yard. If I can put metallic or put glitter on it, I am there! This is a fun, glistening gold, spray painted floral arrangement. And yes, you can spray paint dried flowers!
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I had some gold and copper spray paint and wanted to do a little dried floral arrangement. It was as easy as hunting around my yard for dried flower stems. I leave a lot of my stems and flower heads alone all winter such as grasses,Black-Eyed Susan’s, Bee Balm and Hydrangeas not only for winter interest, but I love that the bird’s can still find food in the coldest and snowiest of January.
I cut a bit of all of those things and out them on a box in the backyard. I spray painted some gold and some copper, turning them to make sure I covered the entire surface.
Once they dried, I put them in a vase that I covered with an old sweater sleeve and a band of sparkly tape.
I love how the same gold paint looks different on the grass heads and the Hydrangeas.The copper- colored Monarda heads are a pretty contrast in the spray painted floral arrangement
The Hydrangeas almost look fake. They looks so pretty painted gold (can I tell you how glad that I have spell check….So far I’ve spelled Hydrangeas wrong every time.).
And I think the sweater sleeve dresses up the plain glass vase just enough.
It’s a perfect size mantel piece! I hope you give making a spray painted floral arrangement a try! You can visit these other blogs for more amazing Fall and Thanksgiving projects ! Click on the button below to head on over!
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