How to recycle an illuminated globe

19th July 2017

In this step by step tutorial we will show you how to turn an old globe into an original lamp for a children’s room with the help of one of our Spanish bloggers Cristina from Creado Por Krispis Materials for recycling a globe into a lamp      Chalk paint spray in pale turquoise, turquoise, cracked white and mustard. Spray varnish Primer for plastics (recommended) Cleaning alcohol Texts and decorations made of wood or cardboard Wool or rope Glue Step by step to turn a globe into a lamp First, unscrew the globe from the base and remove the paper map

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Easy Scrapbooking with Pintyplus Aqua: How to create your album step by step

15th July 2017

Scrapbooking is a technique for making photo albums or clippings to folders, calendars, calendars, envelopes, invitations, etc. In addition, it is a fun craft to develop your creativity. This tutorial will show you how to make scrapbooking easy with Pintyplus Aqua, you’ll love it! Judy from Judyscrap shows us step by step how to make easy scrapbooking with our new range of Pintyplus Aqua spray paint. To do this, he has created a lovely mini scrapbook with images of his children. Materials to make a mini album      Pintyplus Aqua spray paint Watercolor paper Stencils Scrapbook papers Double-sided adhesive tape

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Upcycling Project: How to turn a cot into an outside bench

15th July 2017

Looking for some budget seating for your patio or just a great way to reuse a cot that is no longer needed? Thanks to this inspired ??upcycling project you will learn how to recycle a cot and transform it into practical seating for your terrace or garden. You know that we love to recycle and give a second life to furniture and objects, not only because it is a budget friendly way to decorate without spending a fortune, but also because it’s good for the environment. One of our Spanish bloggers, Mari Luz of Bricoydeco.com tells us how on one

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How to make a mosaic table from leftover tiles

5th July 2017

This DIY project has enchanted us! Besides being an attractive idea for your terrace or garden, it shows us a clever idea for putting leftover tiles to use with just a little spray paint. If you have done some work recently and you have spare tiles, or you simply have some broken or damaged pieces, do not throw them! In this tutorial Stéphanie Bricole shows us how to recycle tiles with our spray paints, and turn them into an original table or seat for outside. Materials for making an outdoor mosaic table   Pintyplus Evolution spray paint. Choose from the

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How to make a hanging garden with upcycled tin cans

28th June 2017

Do you want to create an attractive hanging garden using waste tin cans? With this upcycling project you can brighten up any corner of your home or garden with a small budget and some simple materials. Follow this tutorial and you can have it finished in an afternoon. In this short video tutorial (not in Spanish language, that’s just the title!) Día, our ambassador in Hungary, shows us how to make a hanging garden using cans as flowerpots. Materials for making a hanging garden with pots Tin cans – You can choose cans of different sizes or all the same

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How to make hexagonal plant pots from cardboard

21st June 2017

Do you have house plants in typical clay or plastic pots? Do you want to beautify them easily and economically? If so, you can not miss this practical idea to learn how to make a hexagonal pot holder decorated with spray paint. Plants bring life and joy to any home. Normally, they are planted inside clay or plastic pots that are not particularly attractive. To beautify them, you don’t need to make a big investment. Vincent of Shakemyblog shows us a practical idea for making a hexagonal carton decorated with spray paint. Materials for making your own hexagonal carton     Pintyplus

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How to Paint Outdoor Furniture with Pinty Plus Chalk Paint Spray

21st June 2017

Are you thinking about giving your outdoor furniture a facelift? Look no further, with Pintyplus you can paint your terrace or garden furniture in a range of colours. Blogger  Dekorella recently renovated a table and bench set for her garden and here’s how she did it… Materials for renovating your outdoor furniture      Pintyplus two in one primer and forge paint.      Pintyplus chalk paint spray     Spray varnish How to Paint Your Terrace Furniture Step by Step This bench is composed of wood (on the table and the seats), and metal (legs). For each of these materials a different

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DIY Ikea blackboard table for children’s room

21st June 2017

Are you thinking of updating the furniture in your children’s room? If so, don’t miss this great Ikea hack for the ever popular Lack table. You can buy one new or like our blogger Masni Dekoració rennovate one you already have. You’ll only need a couple of cans of blackboard paint and less than half an hour to completely transform the table. Paint a melamine cabinet step by step This melamine table covered stickers, needed an update. For this, its owner thought it would be a good solution to paint it with blackboard spray so it looked good and provided

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How to use Pinty Plus spray chalk paint on glass

14th June 2017

Chalk paint has excellent adhesion on virtually any surface. However, when painting on non-porous surfaces, a number of considerations must be taken into account. So in this post we’ve created a guide of how to successfully use chalk paint on glass. To illustrate, we show you a DIY project from the blog Coffee, Work, Sleep, Repeat with our chalk paint spray. What do we need to paint glass with chalk paint? In principle it will depend on the object that we are going to paint… If it is a glass object to which we are going to give a decorative

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Restoring metal framed garden furniture with Pinty Plus Tech

2nd June 2017

At this time of year many of us will be considering giving our garden furniture an overhaul. In this tutorial we describe how to paint rusty iron with Pinty Plus Tech forging spray. These garden loungers are six years old and were originally a bluish gray color but have faded over time. In addition, the iron has begun to rust in places, so a decision had to be made whether to throw away or restore! As a PintyPluser and keen upcycler, she chose the best option: save the sunbeds! For us it is a great opportunity to show you how

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