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29 Gorgeous Ways To Make Your Winter Decor Look Expensive

♪♫ Deck the halls with cans of spray paint. ♫♪

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2. Cover your Halloween gourds with a coat of a glossy fall color.

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It's an easy way to refresh what you already have (or what may be on sale after the big trick or treat day is past), then use as a centerpiece on your Thanksgiving table. Learn how to make them look perfect here.

4. Upgrade some old serving ware.

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See the tutorial here, but remember that you probably shouldn't serve any food in these containers. They'd look pretty with some of your painted gourds in them, though.

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6. Count your blessings with this leaf garland.

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If you're hosting a big gathering, have everyone write something on a leaf, then hang them up over the sideboard. (Or don't, if it's too much stress. You do you!) See the tutorial here.

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10. Pick some pretty branches from your local park and paint them your favorite metallic color.

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Or black, or white, or whatever you feel like. Then you can display them in your favorite vase. From here.

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25. Make a white christmas tree a ~trendy~ ombré.

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Or just turn it a solid, say, pink, for your kids. You could paint a tree that's already green, but you'd probably want to use a dark color spray paint, so the green doesn't show through. Here's how to do it.

28. Make gold ornaments out of cheap magnet letters.

Or skip the ornament hanger, glue a magnet on the back, and put them on your fridge. (Go all out and do all the words to your favorite song, I dare you). See how to make them here.

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