Saturday, December 7, 2013

Two jazzy branches for the holiday Day 7 of 12 Days of Holiday Inspiration

 Hello hello!
I don't know about you, but I'm all about being cheap and fabulous.  I know I sound crazy but I got two ideas that explain this perfectly.
  In a nutshell I'm just talking about gathering old dried up branches and spray painting them.  Easy, cheap and they look so cool.  This one was sprayed with Rust-oleum "Gold Metallic" and then topped with a coat of their "Gold Glitter" spray.

 This one branch takes a little bit more work but just look how it shines.
 This branch was sprayed with white paint and then wrapped with lights.
Tip:  The lights stick out from the wire so to get a more "branchy" look I wrapped the cord around the lights so they lye flat on the branch (see the picture below).

 I love dead branches and I hope you do too now.
Now to see what amazing crafts the other "Inspiration Crew" gals have.

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Happy Hopping!
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cm said...

Jazzy and beautiful; love how you've breathed 'new life' into these branches! Stunning tree, and the sparkly bird...swooon!!

Geri said...

I can hardly wait to visit your blog each time cuz I know that I am going to find yet another amazingly creative piece!

You totally rock Lalo! I can just imagine what your house must look like for the corner left untouched! You really do need to post a panoramic view of your fully decorated abode!

This is fabulous! So creative! What I love best again though, is that you have used elements that are right outside your door...pine cones, tree branches and Voila - another spectacular display!


Yolanda said...

This is such a creative idea. Thanks 4 sharing.

Lynnda said...

Brilliant idea LALo... and what a great giveaway! hugs...x

Iris said...

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Liked you on FB and left comments.
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Iris said...

What a lovely table decoration - love the sprayed branches and the arrangement of the various items.
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Iris said...

Posted your candy on the sidebar of my blog
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Deborah said...

These are such elegant arrangement and they are not cheap but thrifty lol you are very talented tfs

Deborah said...

I follow you on bloglovin

Deborah said...

Posted candy on Instagram

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Follow you on Instagram

Karenladd said...

Wow, how beautiful! I don't think I have the patience to spray paint a branch like this but what a wonderful result!

Karenladd said...

I follow you by email!

Karenladd said...

Shared on FB here:

Karenladd said...

following on twitter and tweeted today!

Karenladd said...

Already LIKE you on FB and left some love!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Looks absolutely gorgeous!!!!

Donna Bowman said...

Awesome idea Lalo!! LOVE this project!!

Reusing with Quilling said...

You have made the dried twigs look stylish !!

Denise Bryant said...

This is just beautiful!
I am a follower via email!

Rachel W K said...

super cheap and chic!!! love the lights wrapped around the pretty branch. makes for a stunning centerpiece!

Lyndal said...

Super cool decorations Lalo :)

Iris said...

Follow you on Twitter and tweeted

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Helen Gullett said...

So pretty! The branch and bird look natural :)

Sue D said...

Never thought dead branches could look so cool!
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