How to transform a silver platter into a framed piece of artwork with free pretty spring flower printables!
0Today I’m sharing some printables with you along with 27 other bloggers hosted by Kristen from Ella Claire Inspired.
You’ll have so many spring printables to download and they are all FREE!
I’m always looking for unique ways to display art in my home. I have many pieces of framed artwork but I like to change things up from time to time.
I have been collecting silver platters for quite some time and had built up quite the collection. I knew I wanted to display them in a unique way.
I decided to place them on the wall a few months ago and today I’ve added some spring flowers to the platters that you can download.
I’ll show you how I created this wall display, what I did with the platters and how I added the spring flowers.
This display gives such impact and it is so easy! The best type of projects, in my opinion.
Let me show you how I displayed spring flowers on silver platters in two easy tutorials below.
1. Silver Platters as Wall Art
Some of these platters are real silver and some are faux. I painted the centres of each platter. You definitely don’t have to paint them. The silver platters themselves on the wall would look gorgeous!
I just wanted to do something unique to them. Like wood furniture, you have to decide if you’d love them painted or left original. It’s up to you to decide!
- painter’s tape (I like Frogtape and I’m not being paid to say that)
- black chalkboard paint in spray can
- Command Strips with velcro
- Apply painter’s tape to the edges of each platter. Make sure you apply the tape to the area that you don’t want sprayed.
- Spray the middle of the platters with the chalkboard paint in a well ventilated area (like outside or in a garage). Spray 1-2 coats.
- Once dry, peel off the painter’s tape (you can also peel off the painter’s tape when the paint is still wet too but if you need to repaint some areas, reapplying the painter’s tape will be a pain.
- Stick velcro Command Strips onto the backs of the platters. Peel off the wall side of the tape and press into place onto the wall.
- I started with the centre platter, then added platters from the 4 corners of the first platter and finally the three small ones to fill it in.
2. Spring Flowers Art
- Print the spring flower printable onto card stock and cut to the shape you want. I used a bowl to make a perfect circle around the flowers.
- Using double-sided tape, add to middle of platter.
I think they turned out so pretty.
It’s just a little pop of color against the black and silver that looks so spring-like.
The different patinas of the silver look so pretty too.
I have a full spring tour tomorrow that you won’t want to miss that shows more of my living room and dining room all decorated for spring!
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More Free Printables
Now be sure to check out all the printables my friends have for you to download for free!
French May Day Flower Cones by Ella Claire | Floral Envelope Liners by Boxwood Avenue | Spring Bunny Cards by Julie Blanner | Spring Flowers in Watering Can by Live Laugh Rowe | Bird and Branch by Craftberry Bush
Spring Napkin Rings by Zevy Joy | There are Always Flowers by Clean and Scentsible | Nest Watercolor by Finding Silver Pennies | Watercolor Vegetables by My Someday in May | Spring Farmer’s Market by Nest of Posies
Set of 6 Herb Printables by Cherished Bliss | Must Have Flowers by A Burst of Beautiful | Spring Notecards by My Fabuless Life | Spring Bunnies by Kelly Elko | Spring is Sure to Follow by The Happy Housie
Spring Fern by Making Home Base | Spring Definition by Design Dining and Diapers | Welcome Spring by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia | Dive Into Spring Straw Toppers by My Sweet Savannah | Hope Springs Eternal by Maison de Pax
Vintage Rose Fortune Cookie by Paint Me Pink | Spring is Sure to Follow by Nina Hendrick Design Co. | The Rose Song Lyrics Chalkboard by TIDBITS | Perhaps Today by Unskinny Boppy | Watercolor Tulips by Refresh Restyle