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A few years ago I got a pack of those little plastic mini pumpkin buckets from Walmart. They were $1 but on clearance for .25 for a pack of six. I usually just have them hanging from my chandelier. But this year I wanted to cover the faces, plus make them look more fall instead of Halloween-y.


I grabbed my trusty can of copper spray paint and got to work!
I let it dry for a few hours...


I was very pleased with the end results.
They looked really fancy instead of the plastic.
And best of all, this upgrade was FREE!


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