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Spray Shelter ~ Miracles Do Happen

Every once in a while there will be an invention that comes about that makes us say, “How did I ever do without this?”. To me, tools are worth their weight in gold for they allow us to do all sorts of wonderful things. My latest addition to my arsenal is going to save my marriage (you know what I’m talkin’ about) and my sanity. Here is what my life was like without my new spray shelter.

Spray Paint Mess without Spray Shelter | Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces.com

*post is sponsored by HomeRight  (see full disclosure)

I would try to use boxes, sheets, any old thing to try to protect my work area, my yard, etc. Nothing really worked, or if it did was a pain to set up and take down.

DIY TIME

Enter in my new toy…the Homeright Small Spray Shelter. Woot!

HomeRight Small Spray Shelter Demonstration by Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces.com

You know I love my HomeRight Finish Max sprayer as seen in all these posts where I use it, and also my large Spray Shelter. However, sometimes I don’t need to set up that for a small object. This smaller spray tent is perfectly suited for your average DIYer.

Not only is it easy to set up (as in it takes seconds to pop), but it is big enough for somewhat larger objects and lets in plenty of light to make the job easy. This, my friends, is what it’s all about. Also, I’m not just sweet talkin’, but I’m serious. Who couldn’t use one of these?

Introducing the New HomeRight Spray Shelter for Small Projects | Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces.com

I went from accidentally spraying something because of a clog in the can or thinking I had everything covered, to stress-free painting.

FUN

What’s even better is how fast clean up is. Just fold sides together…

Folding HomeRight Small Spray Shelter | Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces.com

Do a little flip and it pops into itself (kinda like your car visor or a kids pop-up tent.) It even comes with a carrying bag for storage and mobility.

Closed HomeRight Spray Shelter Demonstration by Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces.com

Not only do I get paint on in record time, but I also love how everything turns out in this vignette.

Vintage Vignette of Thrifted Items Made New with Paint by Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces.com

Also, that china set has been in my basement in a box for far too long, so I used it to display this plate rack and pedestal stand that are now available in my shop.

  • Hot Pink Fuschia Vintage Curio Cabinet with Mirror available at Prodigal Pieces | shop.prodigalpieces.com #prodigalpieces #shopping #vintage #furniture
    Vintage Curio Cabinet with Mirror ~ $195

Collection of Vintage China with Gold Accents Displayed in Painted Thrifted Plate Rack by Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces.com

Handmade Wooden Pedestal Made New with Paint by Prodigal Pieces | www.prodigalpieces.com

Smooth finish and done in a day. Finally, no more fuss or headache explaining to my husband where that paint stain came from. Whew!

GIVEAWAY TIME

Guess what?! I get to give one of these awesome spray shelters to you! Giveaway open to U.S. residents 18 years of age and older. Also, winner will be notified via email and will have 24 hours to claim their prize. Be sure to check spam!

In addition, I know there are many out there who could benefit from this product for business or personal use, so do pin and share the love. ♥

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Also, more of my spray shelter projects:

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Comments

  1. Susan Welsh says

    I have a pile of wood pieces that need to be painted for me to finish decorating! I would love to win this!

      • Ruth Collins says

        Larissa

        My husband has a long DIY list of things to spray for me, but taking the time to set up something outside and then spray it and hope for no bugs to land has dampened enthusiasm. This would be just the ticket and the first thing (things) done would be some bases for my new artwork to stand on.

        Keeping my fingers crossed

      • Liz Bryan says

        I really NEED this tent spray paint booth! My son and I are trying to open a very small Etsy store with Bible verse wooden plaques. I need this tent to spray the wood! Please pick me to win!

    • Kimber says

      I have a very old silverware box that has beautiful curved edges that would great in this paint shelter. Thank you for continuing to inspire us with your wonderful ideas!

  2. Donna Fullerton says

    What an amazing idea! I have a small curio that I want to spray, but it is always such a challenge. Thank you for the information concerning this product.

  3. Janie Hayes says

    Larissa,
    I could definitely use the small HomeRight spray shelter! I would use it to spray five small drawers that go with a small Lowboy I am redoing for my foyer.

  4. Sally says

    Hi Larissa, just wanted to let you know how much I love your blog. I just recently found it and have went back in the archives to read all of your great posts. You are a very talented lady.you have given me the inspiration to paint and use things I have had for a long time in new ways and in different rooms.My husband asks where did you buy that and I say, we had it but look how much better it looks now ! he is happy because he never wants to get rid of anything ,and now he doesn’t have too. now we do projects together,he cuts and hammers things and I paint. I would love to have a HomeRight spray shelter to use as I just unearthed a box of items in our basement from the 80’s, wood candle sticks, wall plaques, a breadbox and a cute letter holder for mail. I told you we never get rid of anything! I think I would use all of these things if I just cleaned them up and painted them,the HomeRight spray shelter would be great for those kind of items I think. P.S. my husband loves to show people what we have transformed , he loves doing it as much as I do now that he is retired.

    • Larissa says

      That is a wonderful testament to the “make do or do without” mentality! So many people don’t realize the potential around them. Thank you for sharing, Sally, and for the encouragement.

  5. Shannon Bruck says

    Hi Larissa,

    I could use this wonderful invention on soooooo many things! I, too, tend to make an oooopsy when spraying furniture and hit things that I didn’t mean to spray :0(. The first thing I would use the shelter on would be a little charging station that I plan to give a make over. It has so many nooks and crannies that spraying will be much easier than using a brush!

    Have a great day!
    Shannon

    • Larissa says

      I even did demonstrating how frustrating it is…grrr… Ah well. No more mess, right?! 😀

  6. Kelly says

    This spray shelter is awesome! I would use it to spray some baskets, candle holders, and picture frames!

  7. Sue Pagels says

    Gosh, I paint so MANY things….I guess it would be candlesticks for a Halloween project I am working on – spray paint is certainly my friend! Thank you for doing this!

  8. Jamie K says

    Oh dear- my list is wide and long! Just to name a few – I have brass candlesticks that need to be painted, I have an old lamp I want to paint and I have some wood boards to make signs that certainly need a good spraying. This is the coolest thing I’ve seen in a long while. I’m always seeing something that could use a new look….Love it! thanks for the chance to win!

  9. Mia Aceto says

    What would I use my new spray shelter for? Better question would be, “What WOULDN’T I use my spray shelter for? ” Would really help me from spraying the car (don’t tell my husband) again! I might even curl up in it like a sleeping baby at the beach.

    • Larissa says

      Amen! 😀 It seriously can be tricky to not make a mess and this thing ROCKS.

  10. Jewell Styles says

    I am a 74 year old DIYer. Everything in my house that is paintable — is painted. I would use it to spray a collection of bottles for display.

  11. Holly Legare says

    What! That is a perfect size for picture frames, vases, candlesticks and pedestals – but first I woul paint a cute little table/plant stand that is just screaming for a makeover.
    Thanks for inspiration Larissa

    • Larissa says

      Woot! That’s what it’s all about, Holly. This tent makes it so much easier.

  12. Jessica says

    The first thing I would spray is a wood pillar candles holder. I have a tiny work space so I really appreciate how small that folds down!

    • Larissa says

      You ain’t kiddin’. Space comes at a premium in my house, so this is going to be well-used.

  13. Veronica says

    Oh my gosh! I could really use one of these. There are so many things I could use this for. Spray painting dishes, picture frames, candlesticks, mirrors, hardware, lanterns, to just name a few. Thank you for sharing this great time saving product.

  14. Yvonne says

    I have two trays that I have to paint for Christmas related projects (one wood, one metal), so this would be perfect! I have the large shelter, but as you said, I don’t always want to drag it out for the smaller projects (and then I end up with overspray on my daughter’s backyard lawn – ouch). I hope I win!

    • Larissa says

      I totally get it, Yvonne. This is much simpler and fast to use. Here’s hoping!

  15. kim says

    I would use it for everything. I also use sheets, cardboard and anything eles I can find. My space is pretty small so this would be perfect. I had to laugh when I read your post regarding the part about explaining to your husband where that paint spot came from, I hear that line often. lol Its a good thing he is a good sport.
    Thank you for the opportunity to try this out.

    • Larissa says

      hahaha…yes. I use rubbing alcohol to removed the dust, but now I won’t need to anymore. YAY!

  16. Wendy Olgine says

    I love how convenient the shelter is to set up and put away. Often, I get too excited to begin spraying and it is only later that I regret my haste when I discover my overspray on another project! I will miss your blogs in early September but am so glad you are taking that first week off to focus on homeschool. Treasure the time-no matter how chaotic or “not the way you dreamed it”- it comes to an end and that is bittersweet. I have a bunch of bowls and candlesticks that I have been saving to create some vignette displays – that tent would be perfect for those projects.

    • Larissa says

      Overspray is evil. 😉 Thank you for getting why I do what I do. I need to refocus on the new year and do some maintenance on my brain. ha!

  17. Challin says

    I have a light fixture I’ve been hanging onto that is so outdated but couldn’t bare to part with because I know there is greatness just dying to come out of it! That would be the very first thing among the many projects I can see myself using this for!

    • Larissa says

      This is perfect for that sort of project! You can do it. 🙂

  18. Molly says

    I have a bathroom cabinet that I picked up at a garage sale that needs a new coat of paint!

  19. Sandra Skeem says

    This spray shelter looks amazing! I think I have everything I need for a gallery wall I’m putting together, but there’s a few items I need to paint. The shelter would make it so much easier. Great giveaway! Thanks.

  20. Jayme C says

    Oh wow! How did I not know this existed? I’m always piling boxes or scrap lumber around to build myself a little painting shelter – such a pain! What would I paint first? Oh my…so many projects on my list. Probably my stash of frames.

    • Larissa says

      You and me both, Jayme. NO MORE! Time for some sanity saving. 😀

  21. Karen Schultz says

    I would spray paint some of my old silver serving platters! I tape off the beautiful filigree edges and handles then spray paint. The engraving shows thru and I do decorative painting over that! This shelter would be perfect!!

  22. Kristy Rayment says

    I’m working on refinishing a latern right now. This would be perfect!

  23. Michelle says

    I have some old decanters i have been wanting to try spraying. This would be great!!

  24. Sandi Jones says

    This shelter is just what I need! I have some lamp bases that need some refreshing! I love my Homeright Finish Max sprayer and this would be a great addition!

  25. Kristi S says

    Love the compactress of this spray tent. I have some picture frames that I need to paint. Thank you.

    • Larissa says

      It makes it so easy to store and use. I wish I had one to give to everyone!

  26. Andra Villegas says

    I am starting Christmas gifts soon! Indeed to start painting the pieces!

  27. ruby says

    Could have used it last nite when I was dragging in a piece at 8:30 , after dark!! that I had spray painted in the driveway. I have a small mountain by my garage door that makes me feel guilty every day, just waiting for the weather to be right, and the rain to stop, sigh… BUT if they had their own “changing room”….. they could be done in the garage…..and just think of all the pumpkins and gourds coming up!

    • Larissa says

      Exactly, Ruby. I’m always waiting for outdoor weather too, but no more!

  28. Judy black says

    I could get rid of all that old cardboard I use to spray !! I’d paint old dryer vent I’m making into pumpkins.

  29. Brooke Unversaw says

    This spray shelter could possibly save my marriage and my sanity!!!!! my husband gets so mad when I get paint on the driveway!!! Oops!!!! I guess I’m not the neatest when I get in a creative zone!!! This would be amazing!!! Lovvvve all your creations!!!

  30. Jenni Rach says

    I have a tiny nightstand I picked up curbside that needs painting. It’s been in my garage for two weeks and I’ve been procrastinating!

  31. Brooke Unversaw says

    Oops got so caught up in saving my marriage I forgot to say what I would paint first!!!! Ahhhh that’s an easy one.. This adorable iron patio set that I’ve had for months!!! It definitely needs a fresh coat!!!!

  32. Frances Mastermn says

    The possibilities are endless, but with the holidays coming before we know it, I make lots of my own decorations and use a lot of spray paint. The shelter would definitely help keep the mess to a minimum!

  33. Christina Kintyhtt says

    Would love this shelter ! Getting ready to start putting out fall decorations on my front porch have this old icecream bucket that repurposed for my mums need to repay clear coat to that and couple more items this work wonderfully for that project . Thank You Have a wonderful day !

  34. Karen Torres says

    This would be great! No more accidental spray marks on my garage countertop. I have a long list of things to paint but next up is a mirror for my bathroom. Thanks for the information. I had no idea this existed.

    • Larissa says

      Ditto. Drives me crazy because we just built it and I don’t want it to get dirty. hahaha…

  35. Barbara says

    I would repaint a small wicker side table that i got from my MIL. This would be a great tool to have!

  36. @DelightsOfTheHeart says

    Hi Larissa! Wow what an amazing gadget and giveawsy! The very first thing I would paint is my dinning room set!

    Second on the list is my coffee table, and third would be the bench in my entryway! Oh yes, and two very large shuttles I keep putting off because I dread using a paont brush!

    Have a blessed day my friend! Thanks for the giveaway!

    Yolanda

    • Larissa says

      Thanks, Yolanda! I am so stoked about this thing and am happy to share.

  37. Alison S says

    I have a chandelier that I have been wanting to paint!

  38. Carrie says

    I have a folding children’s chair plus numerous other projects. I have an overspray outline on my ping pong table. I thought I had enough of the space covered with newspaper. Oops!

    • Larissa says

      gah! I hate when that happens! With this shelter, no more mess.

  39. Debbie says

    I have a couple of trays that need painted, so they would be first in line!! It would be awesome to have this spray shelter! I love seeing your work and the transformations of furniture that you do!

  40. wendy says

    I would love and be so excited to win this spray shelter. What a fantastic product! I have many wood pieces waiting in the wings to be painted!!

  41. Carol Edwards says

    Nice !!! Maybe I wouldn’t accidentally spray the lawn tractor on my next project !

  42. Beth says

    Just started following your blog and like it a lot. Have not tried to paint anything yet, but with this spray shelter, I think I would be brave enough to try! Would like to paint my dining room table/ chairs. What do you think? Can I do it?

    • Larissa says

      You bet you can! Just practice on something smaller and work up from there. 😉

  43. Jeanine clark says

    In the beginning of summer, I bought a can of gold Rustoleum spray paint to renew a boring old white oscillating fan. I’ve been a little overwhelmed thinking of it, not knowing if I could get the paint on evenly without unintentionally painting everything else around the project site. This pop up paint shelter would be absolutely perfect for this project.
    Thank you for the chance to win. 🙂

    • Larissa says

      That is the perfect candidate for your project, Jeanine. yay!

  44. Lori says

    This sure would come in handy for my husband’s honey do list! ?

  45. Sarah says

    Oh my goodness, the things I could paint (besides the grass, driveway, floor) using this pop up wonder! My house has a bit of a jungle of plants going on, so I would probably start with the hodge podge of planters, baskets, and shelves I’ve thrifted to showcase them all.

  46. Cecilia says

    Larissa, that looks like such a handy item to have! My husband would love for me to have something like that to protect the surrounding area from paint and I would love it for the ease of setup and protection! As for what would I paint? I have a cart – I have to take it apart to paint it and I’m pretty sure the pieces would fit! Thanks for the chance to win.
    Btw, do you have the Rapid cleaner for your Spray Max?

    • Larissa says

      He will LOVE it. Not only for you, but I bet he would whip it out too. Yes, the Rapid Cleaner is a must for me.

  47. Alice young says

    I have several small projects that need painting, an old bread box, picnic basket, a small table top storage shelf… this would be a big help in getting these items done.

  48. Kenda Collins says

    Two years ago I painted a little bookcase for my daughter and I’m STILL finding lavender overspray mist in the nooks and crannies of my small shop. This would be perfect for painting some hardware on a cabinet I’m working on. Love your blog, Larissa. You always amaze me with what you’re able to accomplish when you have so much on your plate.

    • Larissa says

      Thank you, Kenda. I’m with you on that nasty overspray…not cool!

  49. Kelly Young says

    Where to begin on UFO’s (un finished objects) that I have in our storage barn in need of a little touch of painty magic…..but if I HAD to choose just one, I guess it would be our kitchen cabinet doors. We recently moved into a farmhouse built in 1888 and it is in need of A LOT of TLC!

  50. Kathy McBride says

    This would be awesome for all those things I try to hold & end up getting more paint on my hands than the project!

  51. TW says

    I would start with some old picture frames and then move on to my newly thrifted two drawer cabinet.

  52. Sandi Allen says

    OH my! How awesome is this? I could certainly use a home right spray shelter.
    I have a whole basement full of items that could be sprayed. Picture frames, small stools,
    Lamps, odds and ends wood pieces. Thrift store finds, the list goes on.
    My lawn wouldn’t be covered in spay paint anymore.
    Thank You for the chance to win!

    Sandi

  53. Brenda says

    I’m renting my condo…the homeowners would love for me to win this! Lol

  54. Sally M says

    I love the shelter! I have even tried spray painting outside to avoid the “oops I did not mean to get paint on that”. But it seems like a leaf or pine needle always finds its way to the middle of my project. Right now I have a pile of picture frames that I want to paint.

  55. Kaycee says

    Larissa, thank you for the opportunity to win this paint shelter, and for the awareness of its existence! I would use this shelter to work on something from my “pile of dreams” like my childhood doll cradle!!!

  56. Lee Ann says

    That is fantastic! I have some 80s-style country pieces that are dying for a makeover, and I’ve been wondering where I am going to paint them! Bye bye apples and geese!

  57. Yolanda M says

    I, too, need one of these! Like you I’ve used boxes and sheets to try and contain the over spray. Inevitably there is usually some residue left somewhere.

    Thank you for all your creative ideas!

  58. Mikaela says

    Hello Larissa! I actually haven’t done any furniture flipping yet BUT I have been looking forward to starting with my kids 1950’s Haywood Wakefield school chairs I picked up for $1.00 a piece! The metal frame would fit perfectly in this small tent! And since we live in a apartment complex with a small yard this is absolutely perfect for projects! Love your pieces, god bless

  59. Cheryl says

    I’m a repurpose, refurbish, repainting kinda gal. Been using tarps to make a paint booth.. like to win a spray shelter. Love your repainted pieces. BEAUTIFUL!

  60. Susan says

    I have some shutters that need to be sprayed painted, this would be a great win for me!

  61. Deb Wostmann says

    I have a small table that I have been putting off painting. This would save my sanity and that of my husband’s since I’m usually spraying in his space!

  62. Catherine Cooper says

    Hi Larissa:
    This shield would make life easier as I spray paint a small dresser, a 5-drawer cabinet, and a bookcase. Gotta get ’em all done before Fall sets in because there’s tons of stuff to do in the garden and yard–as you well know.

    Your art and hard work are inspiring, Larissa. I look forward to each post!

    Wishing you much inspiration and blessings galore as you start your school year!

  63. Tracie Mohr says

    Oh my, my pieces that I would use this on is very long.
    I have never seen anything like this before. It is so cool.
    I got overspray on our computer once when I spray painted indoors….. No more spray painting in the house!
    Thank you for all you share on your blog…. I’m now
    Beginning to try repurposing . You are so inspiring…. And talented!

  64. Judy Lincicum says

    What???!!! This paint shelter and a can of spray paint and I’ve been liberated! Now I’m motivated to do curio shelves, candle sticks, picture frames, etc that I have been putting off, in half the time. The Lord is good! Thanks, Larissa, for this post. Even if I don’t win, I will buy this little tool. It’s an answer to alot of small problems, for sure.

  65. Linda Monroe says

    I have a wooden mirror/hook shelf that is black. My daughter wants it for her new college apartment, but wants it to be white. This would be perfect!

  66. Thelma L Hamilton says

    I need this!!! I would paint trunks and boxes that I paint wedding dresses on for my business. In the season I paint personalized family ornaments. In the Spring and Summer I paint wedding trunks and boxes with the Bride’s dress on the top. I could use this to paint the boxes with no muss or fuss. Thank you for considering me!!!

  67. Julie Price says

    This is perfect for my country life! It’s so windy out here and this would help me tremendously with my spray painting jobs. No more trying to run around my projects lol.

  68. Vanessa Prohaska says

    I’m pretty sure that the reason my husband can’t sleep well is because he’s worried about the amount of furniture I gather and how I have speckled our red brick, the garage floor and his tool she’d with spray paint. Winning a shelter would probably give the man some sanity…but it won’t stop me from painting stuff. Lol.
    Love your blog. Have a great day.

  69. Karen Baumgardner says

    What an awesome project “helper” this would be! Like most of the others, my list of items to spray paint is long, but I’ve been wanting to do some candlesticks for a friend for Christmas ~ never too soon to start because it seems like it’s here before we can blink once autumn arrives. Thanks for all the great posts, Larissa, I always enjoy them and look forward to opening my email to see what you’ve tackled!

  70. Arlie Boutwell says

    I have a box of picture frames that I am going to use for a gallery wall, it would be so nice not to have to pick grass off of them after they are painted ( I paint in the grass).

  71. Cathy Bender says

    Picture frames! I have al types and sizes and am finally getting ready to do a wall gallery with pics of my 5 kids, 7 grands and Phil and I. All the pics have been chosen now I just need to paint those frames I’ve been collecting! And Phil just got me my first sprayer! Yay! Thanks for the opportunity to win this fabulous pop up spray tent!!

  72. Judy says

    Hi! I have a HomeRight Max Sprayer. I always have to spread tarps and cardboard so that I don’t make a mess. This would be perfect for painting several cute little stools that I’ve picked up.

  73. Leena says

    I have tons of frames that I bought from a car boot sale just before I moved to the USA 3 weeks ago. I am waiting (kinda patiently) for my shipment to arrive so I can get painting and make them into trays and to display pictures of all my family and friends that I miss lots. I would love the chance to win this tent so I can get spraying without making a mess! Thank you and love your blog!!

  74. Renee Pedersen says

    Oh my gosh Larissa, I had no idea they even made such things! Where have you been all my life!! You don’t know how much trouble I have gotten in for spray painting my patio table or the grass in our lawn! I could use one of these for anything that I spray paint which is everything! I have found that rather than buy new, a new color, a couple knobs or some new flowers pretty much updates anything into this century! Right now, I have some vases that I would like painted to update the décor in my built in shelves in my living room but that is far from the endless possibilities this thing would open up in my “redoing” world!!!!!!

  75. Chris says

    What can’t I use it for?! :-). Small lamps, picture frames…..endless list! What a cool thing!

  76. Janice Humphrey says

    Oh wow, gotta have this!! It would definitely get me excited about doing some projects I have been dreading to do. This would make it so easy. I would do picture frames that I’ve been collecting from garage sales to start the Wall of Frame!! I also have an old three slot mail organizer that I’ve been putting off doing. Pumpkins for the fall. The list goes on!! I love your posts and look forward everyday to see what new item you have transformed. ?

  77. Mary says

    Love to win a shelter, then I could paint what I’m supposed to and not paint what is not supposed to be painted. hahahaMary

  78. Theresa Overcast says

    Larissa, I would use the spray shelter for my new project of spraying metal hanging baskets. I then wire two together and place lights inside for an awesome outside hanging light! I gave one to my brother for his birthday, now three more family members want one!!!
    Also, I have just recently discovered your blog and absolutely love it!!

  79. Nanette says

    Ooooo, I have the cutest small cabinet that would fit in there perfectly – and desperately needs to be painted white! Thanks Larissa!

  80. Carla Green says

    Oh boy this would be a great help! I have a few frames that I have been wanting to spray paint to use in my girls’ rooms. This would be perfect!

  81. Joy C. says

    I have three wooden candlesticks that I’m planning on refinishing. This would be perfect to make for easier cleanup!

  82. Sandra says

    The question is “what would I not use it for?” Lately, I’ve been doing a lot of painting of little items and I’ve tried to set up a make shift area in my yard. I’ve covered the grass with plexiglass for my projects and I’m killing my grass…not good! I have a plate rack just like yours in my garage that is in need of paint, picture frames as well. Btw, you do an amazing job with your projects. I’ve learned so much from you..thank you!

  83. Becky Moyer says

    The question is, what wouldn’t I use it for? I haunt garage sales, thrift stores, and flea markets and try to find those things that scream “Paint me and make me pretty!” Right now, I would paint a shelf that I snagged at a garage sale for $5. BTW, best wishes for an awesome year of homeschooling. I homeschooled my three boys…and then they grew up. Enjoy every minute of it. The days are long but the years are short…

    • Larissa says

      Kudos to you, Becky. It is a blessing beyond all understanding to have the privilege.

  84. Sabrina via OurBrickFrontSteps says

    I’ve got 1 thing left until Kid 3 big girl room is complete – a shelf to paint. I can’t do it until my husband leaves for his work trip. A spray tent would save me having to hide my covert painting times. #k3bgr

  85. Nancy says

    ?I have a small one drawer nite stand with an open area at the bottom that I started to paint with a brush but stopped because I hated the color I had picked and visible brush strokes! Spraying would be soooo much better! You do inspire me…thanks for all the tips and for this opportunity to win. PLUS…I’m ordering that sprayer too! ? PS I have so many pieces, from my father in law’s estate, that I have dreams of making into works of art!

  86. Ellen Anderson says

    I have a nightstand that is just begging for a spray job! This would sure beat my appliance boxes I currently use!

  87. Regina says

    I just had to paint some hinges and knobs yesterday.. I used a small box and a piece of foam board to make a little shelter but still had over spray. One of these shelters would be perfect for small jobs like that. My next project I will be working on is a small shelf turned cabinet.

  88. Linda Milligan says

    I would so ❤️ to win the spray shelter, I’ve been working in my granddaughter’s room and we still have several small pieces to paint white..:thank you, Larissa for the opportunity!

  89. Julie says

    i have some shelves i bought at yard sales (only a $1 each!) that i want to hang in our kitchen/breakfast area, but im currently on a spray paint hiatus bc i left black spray paint marks on the brick walls in front to the house! 🙁 oops! this is high on my wish list! 🙂

  90. Fran says

    I’m really getting into the more neutral look and would love to spray paint what I already have to achieve that look rather than buying new. So many of my décor items have special memories; I just can’t part with them, but would love to update their look! Thank you so much for teaching this Nana new tricks 😀

  91. Sherrie Sanders says

    Wow…this is more than a convenience! It’s a “must have”!!! First off for me would be some detailed drawers from my grandmother’s old Singer sewing machine. I can see it now!! Thanks for the opportunity!

  92. Michelle Gilbert says

    Awesome!!! I would use this for a planter I have been wanting to paint for succulents. Love all your ideas?

  93. Karen Murray says

    I’ve been looking at this for a while. It would make painting my signs so much easier than setting up the large paint shelter (which I love, it’s just too big sometimes).

  94. Kelly McGrew says

    I would love to paint some knock knacks I got from this summers flea market trips.
    I got the idea from Pinterest to take older knock knacks like gnomes, bookends, candlesticks, etc a brightly colored hue to give them new life! I am eager to do this with some of my finds!

    Thanks for the chance and BEAUTIFUL job on the teacup/dish display. It is the perfect statement piece and I may have to do something similar in my home; it inspired me!

  95. Robin says

    Boy, that spray shelter is nifty! My first project will be to re purpose a framed mirror. Thank you for sharing all your projects. You inspire!

  96. Allyson Odell Hunter says

    The first thing I’d paint is the air intake vents in my house. The paint has worn off and they’ve become rusted. They’re such an eyesore right now. This sure would make the job of painting them so much easier!

  97. Liz says

    Hi, Im terribly allergic to paint fumes of all kinds. but if I won, I’d gift it to my sister who paints for me 😉

  98. julie says

    I’m constantly spray painting on my porch, lol I’ve given up trying to hide it, so one spot is multi coloured haha. Since I own a booth I’m constantly building small projects etc this would be great to keep my workspace protected from grass and dust and protect the rest of my porch from becoming painted lol

  99. Tamra says

    I would love one of these spray shelters! It gets so cold in the winter where I live and it would be nice to be able to still paint projects during that time of year…being able to do it in my garage, and not have to put a project off until the weather warms up!

  100. Leslie Heuertz says

    I have do many smalls to spray paint, where to start? That would make life so much easier.

  101. Anoan Huff says

    I have several jewelry boxes that I want to make over and I don’t even have a garage to work in! This would be such a huge help!!

  102. Ivory says

    If I won the spray shelter, the very first thing I would use t to spray would be (I have a wooden bowl thingie exactly like the one in this post) I would spray my wooden bowl, and the exact color as yours.
    I was going to get rid of my’s, thanks to you, I have the reflect spot for it once I spray paint it.
    Thanks for sharing.

    • Ivory says

      That should read, ” I have the PERFECT spot for it”.

  103. Donna Davidson says

    I’ve already painted my new porch railing with overspray. This would be great! I have a box of projects requiring spray paint but would start with an outdated brass lamp that needs love. Enjoy your blog so much, thanks for all the great ideas!

  104. Tracy says

    I would use it to spray paint my glass jars that I want to make into pumpkins. Thank you.

  105. Marianne says

    I have quite the hoard of lamps that need to be updated and this looks like it would be the perfect size!

  106. Jessie Hagerman says

    This could be my big step from over 40 years of refinishing to finally painting! I would likely start on a shelf, similar to the one you did. I’m going to build cabinets from old windows & wood. This looks so much easier than brushing. Coming into this century!

  107. Gwen says

    Love the idea of a spray painting shelter here in WINDY WYOMING! My husband would too! And yeah for basements – amazing the things one can squirrel away. Lucky you being able find put your hands on that beautiful China!

  108. Kimberly says

    Great tips yet again, Larissa! I would love to have this cute little spray shelter for the stacks of picture frames I have been putting off painting. 🙂

  109. Maura says

    This would be wonderful! My husband “loves” when I spray and paint our driveway :). Haha. I have been wanting to tackle a mirror and a cabinet in our front entryway for sometime and this would be great!

  110. Angel says

    My daughter and I are a diy team..always painting & repurposing our finds & we are always saying someone needs to invent a spray booth!!! When I saw your picture today I was like… finally!!!!!! AND I love that it’s easy to store:)) I think the first thing I would paint would be picture frames… I have boxes of frames that are waiting to be brought to life but have put it off due the fact that I ALWAYS make a mess spraying them! Thanks for sharing & the chance to win… this is awesome!!!

  111. Joyce says

    In this house I have painted bathroom cabinets but bath is far far from finished. Have small cabinets and shelves that need to be painted. I have old world French theme but spraying these small cabinet and shelves is a must. I go outside and use a tarp but it goes everywhere. Husband would so appreciate me winning this to avoid over spraying and waste. It was so breezy last week I also need to respray my outdoor side tables that are looking rough. Thank you.

  112. Sue says

    I would love to use this for spraying mason jars!!

  113. Kathy Botard says

    I don’t have any spray shelters but I do have a home light sprayer and I love it. I have a small jewelry box I’ve been wanting to paint but it’s been windy here and I don’t want to share my paint. Thank you!

  114. Connie Boyd says

    I have a few old spoon racks that I would tackle.

  115. Bree says

    We moved to a new city recently and we are in an apartment (with no garage to have a work space or do some painting). I’ve had to put projects on hold since I can’t figure out how to paint stuff. Once I saw this little I had that “yes that’s it!” Moment. This would be perfect to paint those few things I’ve been wanting to add pops of color too!

  116. Bonnie says

    I have several small shelves in my bedroom that I want to repaint. They are now blue and I’ve been wanting to paint them ivory for a long time. This spray shelter would make that job so much easier!

  117. Sharon Bibby says

    I would use this constantly but right now I have a three tier tray I would paint.

  118. Dellania Lotensen says

    I have a little shelf I found while thrifting! This is a awesome product !

  119. Lauren says

    Hi Larissa ,
    The first things I will be painting if I win this is probably either wood pieces to make vintage signs or spray painting vases/candle holders etc. I am acting as wedding planner for one of my best friends and I am creating her cute signs to display at the wedding in the reception area, the cocktail area which is outside by a fireplace and the signs for the photo booth, welcome signs etc. We are also spray painting a variety of old glass vases and containers into different shades of gold and rose gold since her flowers will be mostly white and green, these will be the pops of color and sparkle !:) I’ve been spray painting in my garage on a flimsy cardboard box and have paint streaks on my garage walls and floor, this rosy the would be so helpful especially since most of the items I’ll be painting in the near future are small items for this wedding. Fingers crossed !

  120. Michelle says

    I have about 30 picture frames from my old house that I want to paint to match my new house.

  121. Camille says

    My Little girls picture frames! I would love this!

  122. Kathy Nielsen says

    A spray Shelter, WOW! Currently I am using an old wobbly cardboard box (water heater came in) and a tarp on the floor of my garage. I have to move car out so as not to paint it. Since I do quite a bit of painting this would be ever so wonderful.

  123. Sue Roush says

    ???? This product. I am a spray paint fanatic!! I can’t get enough of adding color to boring, plain Jane furniture , crafts and anything else that isn’t nailed down!! I am sure my end result will be much better with the use of the Homeright Spray Shelter! BTW great blog!

  124. Kim says

    I could clear coat my mason jars I paint by hand without coating anything nearby.

  125. Dana Rounds says

    Well, I just made a huge mess this weekend spray painting mason jars for a Girl Scout project. Trying to look at the silver specks all over my garage/ laundry area as a glittery enhancement. Half full, right? I have frames and trays and signs I’d like to paint next. You make it look so easy and clean with that shelter.

  126. Lynn Blair says

    What a fabulous product!! I spray paint everything!!! From my china hutch, to small knick knack accents, and everything in between!! I would use this next to paint a table for my 16 year old son who is just launching his first business, a converted 1967 travel trailer into a traveling photo booth….The Snappy Camper ? This would save me from turning my grass varied colors from overspray ?

  127. La Wanda says

    Since I refurbish furniture I can use this for all of my smaller projects. I actually have a cabinet in my bathroom that I want to paint and this shelter would be perfect. I do all of my painting on my apartment patio and it’s difficult sometimes not to get paint on the floor. I’ve made shelters out of cardboard boxes, can you imagine that….not very practical not to mention very messy!!!! This shelter would solve all of my refinishing projects.

  128. Anabel says

    Wow. I’m a dyi wannabe only cuz I’ve no place to work and spray without doing major damage. I heard about the big tent few days ago. But I feel I should start small and build up to doing big pieces! This small tent will tip me over into dyi action! I’m so excited! Thanks for sharing. Love the hutch and the dishes in it!

  129. Janie BV says

    Thanks for posting about this smaller version of the Homeright spray tent. I would love to have one to paint these old banisters (that I acquired off someone’s curb of course). I want to transform them with paint and a small piece of wood at the top to make notepad holders or recipe card holders. I plan on giving them as gifts at a Christmas brunch we have every year at my church.

  130. Kristine Velez says

    Hi Larissa! Wonderful product! Can’t wait to get my hands on one!
    The first thing I would paint is a wood wall/corner shelf my grandfather made back in the 50’s. It is in desperate need of a face lift (cracking and chipped paint) and I have been putting it off because of the mess of painting it. It was my mother’s but when she passed I inherited it.
    Thank you!!!
    Kristine

  131. Laura Werley says

    Larissa, this giveaway is amazing! I have lots of ‘little’s that I am hand painting now, frames, candle sticks, vintage doll bed – fun stuff that I pick up at the thrift store and upcycle into sellable goods. I have a very crowded garage and would love the spray tent to keep all my other treasures from becoming victims of the dreaded overspray. Oh, and I love your blog, thanks for so much inspiration.

  132. Angie says

    Hi there, I have a small garbage pail for the bathroom that I’ve been wanting to paint with teal glitter spray.

  133. Leslie says

    I have the cuteset decorative shelves for my kiddos room but hey are ahideous orange/brown color, so I’d definitely be painting those first!

  134. Lorna Peralta says

    When my son stopped by on his way to the city dump I rifled through his truck bed and rescued two sorry looking Christmas reindeer. After pulling off the lights and wiring, i decided to spray paint the frames. I’ve done one, and made a royal mess in the workshop. I’m going to order one of these before I tackle the next frame.

  135. Valerie says

    Where have I been that I didn’t know such things existed? LOL! Would love to win this one, but I just appreciate knowing my floor is now saved 🙂 Thank you for sharing! Working on a cabinet project that will be a breeze now!

  136. Velma says

    This is the perfect size for those smaller project; which are mostly what I do! I usually cover my outside garbage can and spray from there. So that is dependent on the weather. My next one will be a 3 piece set of wooden candle holders.

  137. Robin says

    I love to thrift and this would be perfect for spraying decorative items that need a little love or don’t match my color scheme. It’s the perfect size!

  138. Rachel L says

    How many times have I done the shoulder scrunch “oh no!!” when I’m spray painting?! This would be awesome for my nightstand drawer fronts, my cabinet hardware, the doll chairs, I can’t list them all!

  139. Lea says

    Too many vi rage finds to count, but probably this fun ornate mirror for my littlest love’s room. Thank you for this give-away! Blessings!

  140. Jaana Flaherty says

    Girl, I’m telling you, you are just a genius! That is such a brilliant idea!!

  141. Sherry Fram says

    I would use it to repaint a table the grandkids use for playing tea parties & picnics but the grown-ups use for a coffee table. It needs a makeover in thevworstbway!

  142. Michelle Roberson says

    Many thanks Larissa for sharing the love for the small Homeright spray tent! I have rescued useful pieces from the curb, salvage and thrift shop and they need a new look for Fall sale. Many of these items will be donated to our nearby Fort soldiers and sailors who are on a very tight budget.

  143. Sharon Clark says

    If I win this spray shelter I will paint everything in my project stash that hasn’t been painted yet!

  144. Pam Herl says

    I have TONS of projects to paint for my new Grandbaby room! This would be such a blessing!

  145. Melanie Majeski says

    Great idea! I have a small, octagonal table I’d like to spray paint.

  146. Nicole says

    I do different painting crafts with mason jars and this would be perfect!

  147. Cindy B says

    Recently purchased lamps from a local auction. ?

  148. Cindy B says

    Some recent purchased lamps at a local auction 🙂

  149. annette says

    I have so many projects I would love to try, but I’m just not brave enough to take the plunge. You inspire me with your many beautiful pieces. I would love to win this and start small! Can I just ask…do you use some type of top coat to keep these pieces from scrathing, chipping, etc.?

  150. Misty says

    Great invention! I would use this for a mirror project I’m working on.

  151. Donna Marchlewski says

    I have frames that need to be painted. 🙂

  152. Mary says

    Hi Larissa!

    I have been reading your blog for over a year now. What inspiration I’ve gotten from your posts! This past spring I bought the Homeright large spray tent. I just love it and have used it on all sorts of furniture pieces. I don’t go to the bother of setting it up when I have a small job, such as a picture frame or cigar box. As I use an old packing box and risk over-spray,I have thought about how great a mini spray tent would be… Great minds, Larissa!! I would love this small spray tent to use on mini projects such as boxes, chandeliers, crafts, oh the list is endless☺️. I’m crossing my fingers that my name will be picked. Enjoy your first week back at school- I’m a teacher and although the summer was fast and fun, I’m looking forward to seeing the kids again and challenging myself as well.

  153. susan says

    What a workout I would give the spray shelter. My first project would be something for school. I have containers for pencils, crayons that I would like to make the same color for unity and style. Thanks for the giveaway!

  154. Brenda says

    I would paint my bedboxit has been needing for a long time

  155. Doreen says

    Hi Larissa,
    I know there is a difference between wants and needs, but I can honestly say I NEED this small spray shelter. It will save me so much time and give my patio ground a break from all the overflow paint. Thanks so much for all your inspiration and creativity.

    Doreen

  156. Nicole K says

    A record storage table!

  157. Jozapheen R says

    Wow Larissa, this little guy is awesome, and quite the time saver! I would use the Homeright paint tent to finally get after some of my larger wicker baskets! I currently have some baskets displayed on the top of my china hutch, and I would prefer to paint them in lieu of buying new baskets! Thank you for the opportunity to enter this contest and thank you for sharing your talents with all of us!

  158. Michelle Okpisz says

    The first thing I would paint would be some candlesticks, followed by glass bottles and jars, wire decor, garden art, the possibilities!

  159. Abby K. says

    What a neat idea! If I was blessed with this spray tent, my first items to paint would be candlesticks, frames, and bottles. I bet I could use this as an instant enclosed space to take pics of my items too!

  160. Lisa Marks says

    I have that same pedestal bowl thing that I was looking at a couple of days ago and thinking that I need to paint it. This would be perfect! Also I love your blog.

  161. Kathy says

    I have a lot of old picture frames to paint. I would love to win the small tent.

  162. Barbara Rivera says

    This is just the ticket! Oh, how I would love to paint my patio table!

  163. Amber L says

    I would use it to repaint some shelves that have been sitting in the garage. The hubby keeps threatening to throw them (and my other projects away) lol.

  164. Ann says

    I need to paint my bathroom lights. I have bought the spray paint but have yet to paint.

  165. Eric says

    An end table & book shelf. Needed to be done a long time ago!

  166. Vikki says

    I would love this HomeRight paint shelter. I’ve been eyeing the larger one but haven’t felt it was necessary or just too big. But this smaller one is just the right size for so many projects! I am anxious to start spraying my cabinets and this would help to do the doors as I remove them. I also have several other projects: picture frames, clocks, shelves, etc. Most of them gifts. I love your blog!

  167. Gina Rallo says

    I would love to win the spray shelter! The first thing I would spray are some old lamps. Thank you for the chance!

  168. Sheryle G says

    I have some orange ceramic giraffes I want to paint so they would be first!

  169. Cheryl says

    I have a vintage corner what-not shelf I would paint!

  170. Susan Liles says

    I am venturing out and renting a booth in an antiques store in October. This would definitely be a lifesaver! Whenever I spray paint, the driveway and or flower beds tell on me. I get reprimanded. I am so excited collecting “smalls” for my new booth and much of it needs to be spray painted! I would be forever grateful to b chosen for this awesome helper! My baby left for college and I really miss having an assistant! Thank you for the opportunity!

  171. Carol Prygo says

    I have a small mail sorter that would perfect to paint in this small shelter! Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  172. Kristine says

    I have an old wooden sign I plan to paint to make a Wash Your Hands sign for my bathroom. What an awesome product! I am always struggling with where to spray paint my next project.

  173. Cathie Antczak says

    Our HomeRight Sprayer just arrived. I can’t wait to try it out. With the small spray tent, All my small projects would actually get done. I have some trays and urns I want to paint for Fall and this would keep everything together and keep me out of the overspray doghouse!

  174. Glo. says

    I have a small girly chandelier that I would like to repaint for my Laundry Room (Mom of 2 boys here) and a large pillar that I bought with my dad at a ReStore that I plan on making into a candle holder.

  175. Erin says

    I would finally paint the frames that I promised my daughter I would paint for her last year when we started her room Makeover. My HOA keeps fussing about my spray paint going all over. Problem solved! {And just maybe we could finish up this Makeover before she leaves home!}

  176. Karen says

    That would solve so many problems! I don’t have a garage and I have to paint in the yard, sometimes it’s tough with wind etc. Plus over spray gets all over EVERYTHING!. Perfect!
    Love the blog and your china looks so pretty in the painted shelf. Gotta tell you, the pedestal bowl the moss ball is in–my husband made one exactly like it in high school wood shop a zillion years ago (he’s 62) and it sits in my daughter’s dining room!

  177. Carol S says

    Have some frames that I’m going to make into trays. Also, cabinet hardware for the handles would work perfectly in a small spray shelter. Thanks for the chance to win one.

  178. Gail says

    I just bought a so,I’d wood single futon frame for $2! I want to tur the ends into wall hung chalk boards with handling hooks! That txt would be A M A Z I N G!

    • Gail says

      SOLID WOOD, Turn the ends…, that TENT, …darn auto correct and not having glasses on! ?

  179. Michelle Davidson says

    I think that this would work fabulously for my drawer side tables that I am creating. It would be the perfect size for all my small projects!

  180. Beth McNichols says

    I have a wood ottoman sitting in my garage just waiting for this. Would so love to have it.

  181. Kathy says

    Okay Larissa,
    After scrolling down what seemed to be an endless page, I realized I would not be near as creative in my response.
    So just me me where to buy one…. I have a lot of catching up to do. So many projects postponed because of preparation hassle.
    Love ya,
    Kathy

  182. Lorrie Geer says

    I am pretty sure I would paint everything in my house!!
    But for sure some old picture frames I have.

  183. Kathy Milliken says

    I live in an apartment with a screened in porch and I could paint with this on my porch! Right now, there is no where I can spray paint! I need to paint the frames of a whole collection of needlepoint!!i learn so much from your blog! Thanks!!

  184. Natalie says

    I have way too many picture frames. If I should be lucky enough to win I would paint them up and make into lanterns.

  185. Sharon Rexroad says

    I’ve got a coffee table I’ve been wanting to flip – literally – and turn into a dog bed!

  186. Jenn Dynys says

    I spray paint EVERYTHING. My husband tells the kids not to stay in one place too long or they might get painted.

  187. Natalie McPherson says

    Hmmm, I have a garage full of smalls that need to be painted and sold so that I can buy more! I have small tables, drawers, cake platters, baskets, and wood trays that all need to be painted, but I’m lacking a good location to do all of these projects.

  188. SONJA HANSEN says

    Oh, the first thing I would paint is easy. I have a wooden table lamp that my husband made 65 years ago. I am putting it in the bedroom that usually houses the grandsons when they come to visit. I am painting a bookshelf and nightstand barn red and want to paint the lamp to bring it up to date. Thanks for sharing.

  189. Melodie says

    I have a clock I am refinishing and this would be the perfect shelter to spray it in

  190. Lisa Cullett says

    I would love to paint some picture frames and little “feet” in one of these shelters. My experience with painting outside has not always been so great- a little extra texture from fir needles and bugs. I would so appreciate having one of these!Thank you for inspiring us.

  191. Phyllisa says

    The Homeright Small Spray Shelter looks like an awesome new tool! I have a collection of wood items standing by to be
    worked on in the creation of my new decorative painting business The Artist’s Cottage. These wood pieces include 2 doll
    or baby cradles, 2 step stools and a shelf with turnings, all handmade by a family member. I can see by your work that
    spraying is a quick and easy way to base coat, making it easier for me to get to the decorative painting part.
    Your inspiration has led me down this path and I’m looking forward to seeing this venture become successful. I will be
    continuing to follow your success.
    Phyllisa

  192. September Whisenant says

    I love how easily you can transform something with a can of spray paint so we spray paint A LOT! I say we because I often get my husband to paint things for me. Growing up and in college he had jobs that required him to spray paint motors, panels and more so he is really good at it. If it’s small and simple tho, I’ll do it myself rather than wait on him. However, no matter who actually does the painting, I always do the setup. I usually try to find a box to spray in but don’t always have one the right size on hand and then I’m left trying rig up something so your first picture looked very familiar to me. I have the larger Spray Shelter but know this one would be even more useful for the kind of stuff we frequently do. I made a haul at Goodwill just today and I have plans to spray basically every item I bought, all of which would fit nicely in this shelter so thanks for the opportunity to win one!

  193. Ashley says

    I have an old vanity light I would like to paint and give new life to – from chrome to flat black. Also some old wooden fish that we found and want to use as decor with bright, fun colors.

  194. Julia says

    I can think of sooo many projects that I could use this for! But definitely the first one is my old rusty, pitted metal mailbox. then some hardware, door knobs, the list goes on and on… what a handy thing to have!

  195. Cheryl says

    This would be so handy. No walking around the outside of the house looking for a place with no wind, lol. I have a little antique cabinet and a end table to paint along with a million other pieces. Thinking about getting a spray gun but scared to take the chance. Love your dishes and the plate rack and pedestal stand you painted. I love all the projects you do!!!

  196. Angie Worstell says

    Oh my gosh! This would be wonderful! I have a small night stand that I would paint fort but I have lots of things I could use it for. Thanks fir the giveaway!

  197. Angie Worstell says

    Oh my gosh! This would be wonderful! I have a small night stand that I would paint first but I have lots of things I could use it for. Thanks for the giveaway!

  198. Brandi Bryant says

    I would paint a small shelf that belonged to my Papa. Thanks for the giveaway.

  199. Suesan says

    I have a whole list of projects to paint but I’d probably start with my mosh mash of picture frames.

    This is a great idea.

  200. Beverly Reid says

    I have a lot of wood accessories for my sewing/craft room that need to be painted. Problem is have to do it outside on the grass with pizza boxes and the bugs. This would be a huge improvement to my arsenal of boxes.

  201. Mike says

    Larissa,

    Great post! Thanks for the opportunity. I’m refinishing an old hutch for my wife. This would be fantastic for doing the smaller bits (drawers, pulls, doors, etc) without worrying about cross spraying onto the bigger pieces. 🙂

  202. Karen Sweitzer says

    FINALLY, I purchased one of the HomeRight sprayers. I have so much painting to do: interior doors to paint, bathroom cabinet to paint and some old antique shutters that I just scored!! That is just the beginning. . . and with FALL on the horizon, I need to get started!! I’m trusting your word that this will help me get them done. . lickity-split!! Would love to win this small tent. If I don’t win, I may have to buy one anyway!!

  203. Marcia Griffin says

    OMG!!!! My first thought was ‘Why didn’t I think of this!!”. What a fantastic product. Thanks for sharing your find with us.

  204. Marcia Griffin says

    ooops, I forgot to put down what I would use it for. I have a pair of candlesticks that I got ‘dirt cheap’ at Joann Fabrics. No more worrying about spray painting the other stuff inside my garage. 😉

  205. judy penn says

    Great Idea!! I paint palm fronds art. Perfect for base and final clear coat. If I don’t win send purchase info. Thank you. Good luck to you.

  206. Stephanie George says

    I have many project that this would work with. Can you say no more white grass in the front yard?

  207. Kaye Newman says

    I have some very old picture frames that belong to my grandmother that I would love to paint.

  208. Melissa Anglin says

    I have alot of picture frames I need to paint for a picture wall in my livingroom.

  209. Kristina Austin says

    I would love to use this for all the many frames that I have that need a makeover! I have been itching to make a few of those frames into trays to. Also waiting for me is a medium to large sized flower pot that has been sitting in my garage unused this summer because its needing some loving.

  210. Angela says

    I am currently working on painting picture frames. This spray shelter would save my garage floor! Of course I have other projects waiting in the wings for their makeover too.

  211. Jen says

    Oh man, I have lots of projects I would do in the pop up spray tent! Typically I spray my projects on cardboard outside or on a tarp. The tent would allow me a sheltered space that would shield my projects from the elements & bugs. I look forward to seeing your projects often & am inspired to try new things. Have a blessed day,, jen

  212. Samantha McCray says

    I remember you excitedly sharing this a while back and I was soo excited but a bit skeptical about the idea. It’s great to know that it has held up well and you’re still using it. Now, I have to have one! Between Christmas and Halloween projects it would get a lot of use, I’m a project Queen ?

  213. Paige Mull says

    Hi Larrisa!
    I have platte wood that was not easy to obtain where I live so, I just want to make SOMETHING , ANYTHING! And to have a paint sprayer would be wonderful! I’d make some signs and chalkboard projects! What fun!

  214. Kathy Kikkert says

    I would love to win the spray tent. It would make the job when spray painting. Enjoy your projects!

  215. mary says

    I have five light bulb cages to paint so that I can ‘modernize’ my dining light fixture.

  216. Mary says

    I have several items I could use the spray shelter for. Probably one of the first things I would paint would be a buffet or a dresser .Afterwards I have several things I could spray paint. I always have to wait for a day when the wind does not blow. The spray shelter would be a big help for me.

  217. Marie Pearson says

    A spray tent would be so wonderful. I have a couple of wooden chairs and some baskets that need to be welcomed into this century! Here in Minnesota we have many breezy days and spray paint containment would increase the number of days available to work on projects. What a great invention!

  218. Cheryl B. says

    My gramps vintage metal chest.to use as a medicine chest want to paint it turquoise waters blue.it army color.

  219. Cheryl B. says

    It’s not 9.am here it’s 6am…lol…hi larissa..

  220. Denise Vrooman says

    I have some antique sewing shelves – among many other items! – which would be the first in. My husband would be very happy not to have spray paint all over the concrete floor!

  221. phyllis says

    There are so many things on my list, but I’d start with our nightstand with the ruined top!

  222. Sian says

    Hello! I have a brass colored chandelier that needs to be painted.
    This would be perfect.

  223. Colleen Bean says

    I have a few small projects I am in the midst of completing and this would be such a help! I am currently using an cardboard box and wire shelf to set up my items for painting. This would surely simplify my life (and make my worrisome husband happy too!). Love your work!

  224. Jeff Steen says

    Hi Larissa, I am a retired paint and body worker. I always had access to the spray booth to paint all of my little
    projects. But not anymore. I really like that tent idea. It looks like it works very well. Thank you for the plans on the pet bed. I am going to build one for my little Bella. Thanks again Jeff P.S. Looking forward to seeing your future projects.

    • Larissa says

      Hi Jeff! You would love this tent and the larger version too. So easy to set up and use. Thanks for the love on my projects as well. I am blessed to be able to share. 🙂

  225. Joan says

    My hubby yes I’m the spray paint queen! If it stands still I paint it! Actually I haven’t painted our kitchen cabinets yet but they’re in the list! Would love the tent!

  226. Anya Mathis says

    I have three vintage wood jewelry boxes that I just can’t wait to give a makeover! This tent would make it possible for me to paint in my garage during the winter! ❤️

  227. Judy Lincicum says

    I have 3 trays and 3 large tray baskets that need to be painted for Easter. I’ve been saving these projects to paint until I found a perfect box that I could use as a paint shelter. Of course, the perfect box has not come along yet, so maybe this wonderful giveaway is my answer?!?! Thanks for the chance, Larissa. It’s a great idea.

    • Larissa says

      These shelters are so handy. I just used mine for two projects yesterday. Woot!

  228. samantha says

    you are really good at what you do. I wish I had your imagination.

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