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www.paintplace.com.au - It's easy to give an old piece of furniture a new lease of life! Top Tips: fill any indentations before you start painting and make sure it can be painted over with water-based paint. For the full video and an instructional DVD on a range of DIY painting projects visit your local Paint Place www.paintplace.com.au

www.paintplace.com.au - It's easy to give an old piece of furniture a new lease of life! Top Tips: fill any indentations before you start painting and make sure it can be painted over with water-based paint. For the full video and an instructional DVD on a range of DIY painting projects visit your local Paint Place www.paintplace.com.au

Spaghetti Worm Painting! Cover cooked spaghetti with tempura paint, place paper in box lid, on a tray or pan, put spaghetti on paper and shake lid, try or pan. Or just use tongs or your fingers to move spaghetti around!

Spaghetti Worm Painting! Cover cooked spaghetti with tempura paint, place paper in box lid, on a tray or pan, put spaghetti on paper and shake lid, try or pan. Or just use tongs or your fingers to move spaghetti around!

Add a coat of magnetic chalkboard paint to your office wall and you have an instant board for your calendar or a place to put your inspirational notes

Add a coat of magnetic chalkboard paint to your office wall and you have an instant board for your calendar or a place to put your inspirational notes

Outdoor Homemade "Paint": Place 2 tablespoons corn starch into one cup of the muffin tin. Pour 2 tablespoons water on top of the corn starch. Add 4 drops food coloring (any color) to the muffin tin. Stir well. Repeat for each color that you'd like to make (note: teach mixing colors by making purple with blue and red, etc.) Using a foam brush, go outside and paint on the driveway or sidewalk.

Outdoor Homemade "Paint": Place 2 tablespoons corn starch into one cup of the muffin tin. Pour 2 tablespoons water on top of the corn starch. Add 4 drops food coloring (any color) to the muffin tin. Stir well. Repeat for each color that you'd like to make (note: teach mixing colors by making purple with blue and red, etc.) Using a foam brush, go outside and paint on the driveway or sidewalk.