One type of decoration that my living room has kind of just fallen into is the Fleur De Lis (which means Lily in French). I think it all started with a candle holder I had gotten a few years ago then it just kind of grew. I was excited to find this chipboard by the Paper Studio at Hobby Lobby. It is over 1 foot tall and the best part is it was on sale for $1.99 (regular $3.99). Killer deal! They also had other shapes too that were fairly large that would instantly add wall art to any room after just a little bit of paint.

Fleur-De-Lis Chipboard Decor

http://shop.hobbylobby.com/products/fleur-de-lis-chipboard-decor-376194/

 I took that chipboard shape and spray painted it w/ Krylon Dual Banner Red spray paint.

You can find the paint I used on Amazon:  Acrylic Latex Paint 12OZ AEROSOL DUAL PAINT & PRIMER IN ONE – GLOSS BANNER RED

This project was pretty easy w/ this Dual Paint by Krylon. The reason I like Dual is it takes a step out of my painting process, the primering. It took less than an hour and then I adhered it to my wall w/ the Command strips. BTW, these chip board pieces from Hobby Lobby have pre made holes in the back if you wish to hang them w/ nails.

  One Response to “DIY Spray Paint Project: Chipboard Decor ~ Fleur De Lis”

  1. That is soo pretty!! I love it. What a fun series.

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