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We have all painted knobs before, but when I was painting 22 of them for my kitchen I thought, there has got to be a better way!
Now for you speed readers, here's the tip styrofoam and Glaze
I took my 50 cent knobs and using the screw they came with and stuck them all in styrofoam. The beauty of this is that you can turn them every which way to get them spray painted. Just a little tip, don't tempt fate and turn them upside down!
Here is my second tip
Not the cat, the Clearcote Hi-shine glaze by plaid. If you have never used this you are in for a treat! One or two coats of this thick glaze is like laying a sheet of polyurethane over your project.
Look at this shine!
When I did my kitchen knobs I painted a floral design on them, but today I felt like having fun! So I went to my stash of goodies.
Now don't hate me, but last week I went to the closing of this antique store (junk store) and got this bag of goodies for $20.00 a fairly good deal after I picked out all of the cockroach parts.....Love Florida!
So, I added one of my new goodies to a knob.
I love when I find this vintage porcelain jewelry, this was an earring.
A Flower decal
And a polymer clay rose.
So there you have a quick tip for painting knobs.
I have a question, would you like a quick tutorial next week on making a polymer clay rose or is this something that everyone already knows?