It seems like spray paint from Rust-oleum is “selling like hot cakes”. Even though I hear black is still their number one selling color, the color choices are multiplying! One of Rust-oleum’s sweet reps painted these simple bottles and jars using spray paint. My favorite color is Sea Glass. She says if you’re going to try this yourself, wipe the glass down first with nail polish remover first, to make the paint stick.
An easy upcylcled and naturally sourced DIY rainstick musical sensory bottle that will help children learn to self-regulate. This calm down jar is a musical instrument that is fun for kids to watch and listen to. It makes the gentle pitter-pat sound of rain when tipped from top to bottom. Discovery bottles are also great for no mess safe sensory play. Babies, toddlers, and preschoolers can safely investigate small objects without the risk of choking on them.
My Rustoleum Trip to the Duke Mansion in Charlotte, NC
Liquid rolls right off any surface sprayed with Rustoleum's NeverWet Liquid Repelling Treatment--a two-part superhydrophobic silicone-derived coating, leaving it impeccably, impossibly dry. Use the treatment to keep water and mud off masonry, lawn mowers, boots, and plenty of things we haven't even thought of yet. About $20 from rustoleum.com | Photo: Ted Morrison | thisoldhouse.com
Bring your inspiring ideas to life with Rust-Oleum® Painter’s Touch® Ultra Cover 2X Spray Paint. Providing twice the coverage with half the drying time, this paint is truly out of this world. Available in a variety of colors (including Black), this paint easily adheres to all kinds of surfaces, rewarding you with a smooth finish that won’t crack or peel.
You can create eye-catching table decor using recycled wine bottles, add sparkle to candleholders and vases, or make your own Christmas tree decorations. http://www.easydiy.co.za/index.php/make/456-spray-on-sparkle-with-rust-oleum-glitter-spray