*This post is sponsored by DecoArt.
Make your holiday decor shine this year with all things metallic! Family and friends will delight in the warm glow of these metallic light up trees you can make from wood and paint and I’ll show you how easy.
A DIY tutorial to make metallic light up wood trees. Cut tree shapes from wood, paint with DecoArt metallics and insert fairy lights.
It’s just that easy and you can make the trees as big or as small as you like to fit your space. They add so much charm, dimension and light to our living room mantel.
The DecoArt metallic paint goes on like butter with a nice thick layer. Truly a test of my photography skills because these trees are much more shiny in person, you have to see it to believe it.
I used the champagne gold color here but DecoArt has 14 metallic colors and they are all just beautiful!
- ¾” plywood pieces (approx. 18″ x 15″)
- 1×4 scrap wood board pieces (about 12” long)
- kraft paper
- jig saw
- drill and drill bits
- 1 ¼” wood screws
- DecoArt Americana Décor metallics paint in champagne gold
- fairy lights
- staple gun & staples
Get all the step by step details and instructions over at DecoArt’s blog here. And be sure to leave any questions in the comment section below.
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