Y’all, something is wrong with me! I seriously have spray paint fever!
NOTHING IS SAFE!
Earlier this week, I shared one step I took to make my new “cloffice” pretty by painting some old office supplies gold. The closet-office still has a long way to go but the gold accessories definitely make me smile!
But I couldn’t stop with the stapler, tape dispenser and 3-hole punch.
I just HAD to go and paint my scissors too.
Do you know Nate Berkus? He is an interior designer who designs beautiful and cozy rooms. He also currently has a collection at Target. Part of this line-up includes a pair of Gold Shears.
They are $16.99. And they are darling.
I admit, these look pretty nice. And sure, $16.99 isn’t a ton of money and might be worth the splurge to you. But since I just bought myself a pair of scissors from the Dollar Tree and had the Rustoleum Gold Spray paint on hand, I figured I would give it a try.
Here is what I started with. Pretty standard scissors.
They were, you guessed it, one dollar.
Since these were rubber-type handles, I wanted to paint them and use them for a couple days to ensure that this would work before I went off blabbering to you about them…I did end up adding a coat of clear gloss spray paint. I had it on hand and figured it couldn’t hurt.
Y’all. It worked.
And I adore them!
Ladies, GO TO THE DOLLAR STORE.
Buy yourself a pair of scissors for a buck.
Spray paint them.
Sorry for being so bossy, but you will thank me later! 🙂
And if you are like me and can’t stop with the scissors, click here to see how I transformed my stapler and tape dispenser. Ah, the power of paint!
Make Life Cute!
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