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Outdoor Extravaganza Paint Project Picks

Want to spruce up your outdoor space? Get inspired by these favourite paint project picks from this year’s Outdoor Extravaganza!

Happy Monday! Can you believe it’s June already? We had a late start to spring, but I’m happy to see everything is finally greening up. I always look forward to this time of year when our crabapple tree goes into full bloom. So pretty!

Thunderchild Crabapple Tree in Bloom

A big thank you to everyone who shared their Outdoor Paint Projects at the Outdoor Extravaganza last week. So many inspiring ideas!

Today, I thought I’d share some of the most popular projects. Enjoy!

Outdoor Paint Project Ideas

Vintage Metal Drink Cart by Averie Lane

Aqua Vintage Metal Drink Cart

French Glazed Plant Pots by So Much Better With Age

DIY French Glazed Pots

Reclaimed Door Garden Gate by DesignDreams by Anne

Reclaimed Door Garden Gate with Le Jardin Painted Sign

Gold Spray Painted Flower Pots by The Sweet Escape

Bold and Gold Spray Painted Flower Pots

If your paint project was featured, please grab a button to display on your blog along with a link back to this post.

Outdoor Extravaganza Paint Projects Feature

That’s it for this year’s Outdoor Extravaganza. Mark your calendars for next May!

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Enjoy your day,

Shauna at Satori Design for Living Blog - Home Decor, DIY, Vintage Finds, Recipes


  1. Thank you so much for the feature!  What gorgeous projects!!!  (and I thought your first photo was one of my photos… I took almost exactly the same angle of my crabapple tree!!)

    Have a great day!

  2. Thank you for featuring my playhouse, Shauna! I’m so sad that we don’t have it anymore… but I do have my sights set on finding another unloved playhouse and re-habbing it back to beauty!

    1. I bet your girls would love that. My nieces have one and it’s super cute too! Fun to live vicariously through your girls. Never got to do that with my “get down and dirty” boy! Mini sticks, farming, sandboxes… No tea parties!

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