It's no secret that I love me some spray paint.
Perhaps it's the giddy feeling that I get when I have to show my ID at the cash register.
Who me? Over eighteen? What? You need proof? Because I don't look a day over seventeen? Gladly, kind sir.
Or the quick and speedy nature of the project. Go outside. Spend a few minutes spraying on a thin coat. Go back inside. Eat a Cadbury Creme Egg. Repeat.
But Mique (who is my most favoritest) knows me all too well.
She put into a printable exactly what I think.
Yes. With enough spray paint I could totally rule the world. It would be so colorful too.
Check out more of her Together We Can Rule the World printables here.this post) plus some sun yellow spray paint.
I could have just stopped there, but instead I chose to do my civic duty by helping the city rid themselves some of their rampant wild daisies.
Did you know that in all the world, a simple daisy is my most favorite flower?
I'm a cheap date.
They are sunshine on a table, for zero dollars.
If this little trio doesn't make your smile, I am so, so worried about you.
There might need to be some therapy in your future.
Just gather your jars, plop them upside down on a tarp, or piece of cardboard.
Then lightly and evenly cover the outsides of each jar.
Lighter coats are better - less chance for icky drips.
Because the paint is on the outside, the flowers can rest in water on the inside.
If your jars will get a lot of use, or will be transported, keep in mind that the spray paint might scrape off a bit. Either use spray primer first, or touch up with more paint as needed.
Rust-oleum Ultra Cover. There is no other brand that comes close. It has never, ever, ever let me down. Chances are, if you have had spray painting failures, it was the brand of paint's fault. Not yours. So go to Home Depot. Fall in love with happiness and success in a can. You will never be the same.
Now go paint. And steal flowers.