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Daughter's Dresser Makeover
Describe your project. How did it go? Were you satisfied with the results?
For this project, I used the Rust-Oleum Sterling Silver Glitter Paint on the dresser and Rust-oleum American Accents satin Canyon Black spray paint on the drawer pulls.
First, I removed the drawer pulls and sanded all the surfaces I planned to paint with an orbital sander. After sanding, I primed those surfaces and painted a gray base color. Next came the fun part: Glitter paint! I recommend watching the how-to video produced by Rust-oleum to learn the best techniques for applying this paint.
I attached the drawer pulls to a large piece of cardboard for a few reasons: It allows the pulls to sit upright which makes painting easier, and the cardboard catches the overspray.
After allowing all of the components to fully dry, I installed the drawer pulls, put the drawers back in the dresser, and set it back up in my daughter's room. This was a super-easy project, and they love such a large source of glittery sparkle in their room! Win-win!
Rate your overall experience with using the brush-on Glitter Paint on a scale of 1 - 10, with 1 being extremely dissatisfied and 10 being extremely satisfied.
How close is your finished project to the way that you imagined/hoped it would turn out?
Did you watch the how-to-video?
If yes, was it helpful? If no, why didn't you watch it?
Helpful and essential.
Would you use brush-on glitter paint again?
If yes, on what type of project? If no, why not?
Decor items in our daughter's room.