Reworked Rainbow Table DIY Craft Project

Reworked Rainbow Table DIY Craft Project

Reworked Rainbow Table DIY Craft Project
Reworked Rainbow Table DIY Craft Project
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Your child's playroom is about to get a shot of color with this Reworked Rainbow Table DIY Craft Project. To work on this fun project, All you need is a table from the thrift store and an urge to make crafts for recycle materials. The more colors you use on the table the more likely it is to stand out and attract some attention. Everyone is going to fall in love with this table and will want to know where you bought it. Rainbow craft ideas are perfect any time of year, but they're especially perfect for the bright and shiny spring months. Have the whole family help with this project - it's super easy and so much fun to complete.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniquePainting

Difficulty LevelEasy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Brushes
  • 8 colors of paint (rainbow colors)
  • Painter's Tape
  • Thrift store table

Reworked Rainbow Table DIY Craft Project

DIY Upcycled Table Craft

  1. If your table has not previously been painted, you can coat it with white or brown paint (chalk paint is recommended so you don't have to sand your table).

  2. Apply painter's tape to your table legs.

  3. Paint each section a different color.

  4. Let dry.

  5. Remove painter's tape.

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This is a real cute little table for your child's room or a kids play area. I love that it is a recycled project. You can probably find one at your thrift or yard sale. I love the colors on the table legs it gives it that special pop. Make sure you check to make sure the legs are straight on your table before starting then tape off and paint. I would use a small roller from the dollar store to make it go faster. You can get some covers there too so you do not have to keep washing. I would paint my table top too maybe even some blocks in different colors too. Nice video and directions too.

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