I bought all three of them at .49 a piece! Can’t beat that, right?!!
I had no intentions on actually using them as trivets, but more so for use as wall art in my kitchen. I spray painted them with Krylon spray paint.
Then I decided that I wanted to go ahead and give them a similar “glaze” treatment as I did with my EAT sign.
I dripped some of my raw umber craft paint along the trivet . . . .
Then I dried my brush with a rag and dry-brushed the trivets to get the desired look I was going for.
I love the way they look and how they tie all of the blue-ish accents together in my kitchen, with an antique feel!