A pop of glossy colour can turn a retro wooden bowl into a statement piece.
Resene upcycling for good with Sarah Herring - Project 35
You will need: Resene Aquaclear varnish, Resene Colorwood stain testpot in Resene Bark, Resene Enamacryl in Resene Riptide (you could use a testpot alternatively if you prefer a low sheen finish), Testpot brushes.
What was previously a bland wooden bowl is now a bright and fun statement piece!
Paint over the masking tape completely. Once the first coat had dried, apply a second coat.
Upcycling for Good
You can find a huge range of treasures, from ornaments and picture frames, to furniture and toys at your local Salvation Army store that you can easily upcycle with a little Resene paint and some imagination.
"Our Family Stores are full of treasures generously donated by members of the public. We value these donations and try our hardest to re-purpose and sell as much as possible. We’re all about re-using and recycling, so teaming up with Resene on Upcycling for Good was a perfect match. Resene’s products and tips are a natural fit with our pre-loved furniture and accessories, which are usually great quality but could sometimes do with a lick of paint to ensure they fly off the shelves.
Each year, nationally, our stores save 16,000 tonnes from landfill. This initiative increases the value of the donated product, improves the range of goods for our customers, and furthers The Salvation Army’s mission and Resene’s community activity.” Gareth Marshall, The Salvation Army's National Family Store Manager.
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