Dollar Store Owl Makeover

blogiversary

*Repost*

In celebration of our one year blogiversary, we are re-sharing a few of our first projects with you this week. This was the first blog post I published a year ago.

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I purchased this little ceramic owl friend at one of my favorite stores, The Dollar Tree. I found him to be quite cute, but a tad brighter than my typical gray, black, and white décor. To help him blend into my neutral colored home, I decided a makeover was just what he needed and turn him owl-white.

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I applied two coats of Rust-oleum Painter’s Touch Ultra cover semi-gloss white spray paint to the owlet and let him dry. Look he’s owl-done!

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Isn’t he a hoot? Whoo wouldn’t want one of these? I think he turned out owl-dorable! (Sorry, I could resisted all of the over the top owl puns. Hehe!)

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What are your favorite purchases from the dollar store?

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15 thoughts on “Dollar Store Owl Makeover

  1. Lila

    He is so much cuter after the makeover, I love it! Congrats on your first year of blogging! And thanks for linking up to Link It or Lump It. :)

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  2. Pam

    What a great idea! He’s so much cuter white. I’ve not seen that paint before, but it looks wonderful. Will have to get some and find some things that need a coat of it. You’ve inspired me!

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  3. Treana B

    Three words: White. Ceramic. Animals. BOOM! Thank you so much (again.. mean it!) for sharing on the Merry Monday linky party! – Treana @ House of Bennetts

    Reply

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