Quick Tip #29: Paint-Dipped Utensils

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I think it is high time for a Décor Quick Tip, don’t you? I loved the fun little “series” we did last year and I thought it would be appropriate to kick off 2014 with a brand new quick tip series – all things paint-dipped…

#29  Give boring cooking utensils like wooden spoons and spatulas a new lease on life by giving the handles a paint-dipped effect. You can even try your luck with metal utensils or cutlery! Choose a colour combination that will compliment your kitchen colour palette or go for trendy bold neons or soft pastels. Always ensure that you use non-toxic paint and sealer. Paint-dipped utensils are not only beautiful kitchen accessories but also make excellent and personalized house-warming or kitchen tea gifts!

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Posted on January 17, 2014, in Decor, DIY, Furniture, Gifts, Quick Tips, Trends and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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