I was so excited when I found geometric planters at Dollar Tree because I knew they would give me a chance to try out a cool new spray paint. Testors gave me some of their new Color Shift paint to try out. I first saw this paint at Creativation this year. It is a spray paint that has a beautiful finish that shifts color depending on the angle from which you look at it. I upgraded three dollar store geometric planters with Color Shift spray paint.
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The Purple Fog paint shifts from purple to a navy blue and the Emerald Turquoise paint shifts from turquoise to green. These colors look amazing with all the tones in the succulents! I have plenty of Color Shift paint left. What should I use it on next?
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- Color Shift – Emerald Turquoise
- Color Shift – Purple Fog
- Black spray paint
- Geometric planter: Dollar Tree
- Faux succulents
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