I bought this reproduction crock at the thrift store and for the last six months or so it has been all over my house looking for a home. While I really liked it, I just couldn't make it work in my decor.
So, since I had recently bought some spray paint primer and white paint (for another project) I thought I would try it our on this thrift store find.
Believe it or not, this was my first foray in spray painting. I really love the results. The finish is smooth and natural looking. What I didn't like was the super strong smell (even with using it outside and with a mask on) and how much paint it used. I lost count of the number of coats I did. What I thought would be a quick project (I'm all about results), turned into something that took much longer than I imagined.
Any tips for a spray painting newbie?
P.S. The little white wavy-ness you see at the top of the crock in the after pictures is actually one of my milk glass containers that is holding the rosemary.
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