DIY Gilded Woodland Christmas Tree

COLORSHOT Gilded Woodland Christmas Tree

If the natural vibe is more your style when decorating for Christmas, we feel you. Sometimes nature's decorations are the prettiest ... especially when spray painted in gold. (Hey, we're a spray paint company so we gotta work in the spray paint where we can, you know?) Adding a golden touch to your woodland themed tree is oh so easy with COLORSHOT Premium Spray Paint, which will not only work on your tree, but your ornaments too! So grab a few cans of First Million, some pine cone and feather ornaments, and get ready to go for the gold this Christmas.

What you need:

- COLORSHOT Premium Spray Paint (we used Primer and First Million)

- Faux Christmas tree

- Burlap bow

- Pine cones and chestnuts

- White feathers

- Other woodland-themed ornaments

COLORSHOT Gilded Woodland Christmas Tree

If your tree comes with lights attached, first you'll want to tape around all of the bulbs so as not to accidentally coat with spray paint. Spray the tree with a basecoat of Primer and let dry.

COLORSHOT Gilded Woodland Christmas Tree

Once your basecoat is dry, spray several light coats of First Million over the entire tree, letting dry between coats. Once you are happy with the coverage, let dry completely.

COLORSHOT Gilded Woodland Christmas Tree

Spray paint chestnuts and pinecones to match your tree, then attach hooks so you can hang them.

COLORSHOT Gilded Woodland Christmas Tree

You can even create an ombre effect on feathers by spraying the bottom half of each with First Million.

COLORSHOT Gilded Woodland Christmas Tree

Place a pretty burlap bow on top of your tree to complete the look!

COLORSHOT Gilded Woodland Christmas Tree

Go for the gold this holiday season with a gilded tree that makes you feel like royalty when you wake up on Christmas morning!


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White Primer

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First Million

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