Change it up this holiday season with some cool, spray paint silverware in your favorite colors. It’s so cheap and takes minutes to do!
Skills Required: None. You can spray paint utensils even if you’ve never crafted before – it’s very easy.
With Thanksgiving upon us this week, I just had to bust out some spray paint once again. There was a bag of old utensils that just was waiting to be made over for some sweet tableware.
I like bright colors but the best part about this project is you can customize them to whatever suits your decor.
How to Spray Paint Utensils
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Spray paint
- Utensils, cleaned and dried
- Painter’s tape
Before you get started, make sure to wash the silverware or use rubbing alcohol on the handles to remove fingerprints. You want the paint to stick!
Take the painter’s tape. Cover the top of the utensils with tape, only leaving about two inches of the bottom exposed.
Spray the utensils with the paint. I chose three colors, so I did the forks one color, spoons another, and knives the third. Then allow them to dry for at least 2 – 4 hours.
Tip: use multiple light coats of spray paint instead of any medium or thick layers. My process was spray, let dry, flip. It takes awhile but you can go do other things during the drying.
You can spray paint silverware the day before a party and still have them ready for showtime! This would be great to do with Goodwill silverware.
And if you are wondering about putting these in the dishwasher, you could give it a try – but my recommendation is to hand wash if you want to make sure the spray paint lasts.
Cute right? Are you ready to spray paint silverware? They do spruce up a place setting nicely! Tie some twine around them and attach a name tag for personalization. Guests will love them.
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