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Bright DIY Wall Art Of Rattan Plate Holders

This beautiful wall art looks cheerful and bright, reminds me of summer that has almost finished. You’ll need rattan paper plate holders, spray paint and painters tape. Tape off the part of your plate holder that you don’t want painted using strips of painters tape. Run your fingernail along the edge of the tape bordering the plate holder to prevent any paint from seeping under it. Have fun experimenting with different designs on the plate – see mine for some examples. Once all your plate holders are covered in tape, give them one good coat of spray paint. Let them dry for a few hours after spraying them and then peel off the painter’s tape. Continue reading the insructions in the source.


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