DIY Striped Candlesticks and Spray Painted Holders

Introduction: DIY Striped Candlesticks and Spray Painted Holders

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Spruce up an old set of candlesticks with spray paint and create striped candlesticks to match.

Step 1: What You'll Need

  • An assortment of candlestick holders (Can match or be from different sets)
  • Latex paint (We used Valspar brand in satin)
  • Painter’s tape
  • Candlesticks
  • Preval Sprayer (http://www.lowes.com)
  • Jar or bucket

Step 2: Prepare the Preval Sprayer

Add 1 oz. of paint to the jar and 1.5 oz. of water. Cap, shake and attach the spray can.

(Watch the video to see how it's done.)

Now you're ready to spray.

Step 3: Spray Paint the Candlestick Holders

Do a test spray before sweeping the paint evenly across the candlestick holders. For best results, allow the paint to dry between coats.

Step 4: DIY Striped Candlesticks

While you wait fort the candlestick holders to dry, wrap painter’s tape horizontally across the candlesticks. Spray and prop them in a jar or bucket to dry.

This is one DIY project that's sure to get you glowing reviews.

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