Jul 28, 2010

Silver Bowl Makeover

Don't forget the Spooktacular Link party going on here now until the end of the month  All entries will be featured throughout the month of September.  Just a few more days left.  Check it out here.

Remember this silver dish I scored at Goodwill a few months ago.  Well he has been finally put in his place.  He become home to these beauties.

But I was not digging the silver.  So with some help from my friend Rustoleum Flat Black spray paint, he has found his place in our home.

Best to paint upside down as well as right side up to get an all over coverage of spray.

He looks fabulous and so do the treasures he homes.

Linking up to these wonderful parties.

Aloha~ Makalani ~Life is Good~


  1. he DOES look fab! i gotta get me some of those balls! cuuute!

  2. Love the bowl - it looks great! I need something like that for my coffee table. It was a great Goodwill find!!!
    Thanks for the comment on my blog!
    Hav a great day!

  3. Don't you just love thirfting? Oh, it's one of my favorite things to do! You got some great finds! Thanks for stopping by the blog :) and inviting me to the link party. I'll have to see what photos I can find to link up.

  4. Beautiful, LOVE decor balls in cloche jars, apothecary jars, baskets, or bowls... its such a great homey touch. Love your bowl. Thanks for linking. Jenn

  5. I love these ideas for the many stryo balls I have in storage. These would be great for Christmas too!

  6. I LOVE those balls, and the black looks great!! Visiting from justsewsassy.com
    PS. I have a super fun giveaway going on at my blog right now:)

  7. Thanks for linking up to the Mad Skills party!

  8. What a wonderful goodwill transformation! I love the texture of the balls too. Thanks for joining in on the party. Debbie

  9. Thought I was gonna cry at first when you broke out the paint(even though I am a HUGE fan of spray paint), and then I scrolled down and WOW!!! I think it looks waaaay better, great job!


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