Update a Thrifted Wreath with Spray Paint

Change the color of a thrift store berry wreath with a coat of spray paint to match your decor! Even damaged berries look brand new with this easy technique!

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Are you doing much thrifting this summer? We've been hitting the local Goodwill and a few other thrift stores here in Mississippi and I've found some fun things, but I'm being very selective because our rental home is smaller than the home we left. We also have an open floor plan which means fewer walls and I'm finding I have less surfaces to decorate!

Last summer I popped in to our local Habitat ReStore when we were still in Texas. I often see these berry wreaths and always overlook them. It's not that I don't like the color or the look, but the berries are foam and are often damaged, and those little white spots are always so very visible that it puts me off.

Not this time! I'm not sure what made me think of spray painting this wreath but it turned out to be such an easy and inexpensive way to give this beat up looking wreath a whole new modern look!

A couple cans of blue spray paint are all it took to make it look new again! I do have some good tips for getting the best coverage on a berry wreath. To read the full tutorial and get my tips, please visit How to Upcycle a Thrift Store Berry Wreath.

I'm sharing this inexpensive upcycle project as part of Home and Decor Encore. We're a team of bloggers who bring you some of our best older posts each Friday. Sometimes these golden oldies get lost in the archives and we don't want that to happen! Thank you to Doreen of Hymns and Verses for organizing us each week. Please enjoy visiting the DIY projects below and seeing what the other gals are sharing!

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