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{VIDEO} DIY Pink Kitchen Tools (and my pink baking supply collection!)

Adorable DIY custom colored kitchen tools and utensils!



My fave spots for pink finds are the 99c Store, Michaels/JoAnns around Valentine's Day or Spring/Easter, Target dollar section, Home Goods, Marshalls & TJ Maxx, Amazon/Ebay...












One of the most popular questions I get on social media, all the time, is where I get my cute pink baking supplies. If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you have seen my collection on the daily!














A lot of it, I find online. Whenever I am in a store and I see something cute, I add it to my collection... and some of it I DIY. So my collection is pretty much made of stuff I've collected over the years.













BUT, here in the USA we don't have as many cute pink kitchen stuff as I've seen in other countries, so until I can come out with my own line of all pink baking for  you guys, I am going to show you a super fun hack for creating your own custom colored kitchen stuff.



Now, this doesn't work on everything, because we are going to be using spray paint. You don't want to spray something you are putting in the oven, or something you will be eating off of, or coming in contact with food, but I have a lot of fun ideas on things you can pinkify to pretty up your kitchen.



All you need are your supplies or tools, some spray paint in the color you choose and painter's tape. Just cover the parts you don't want sprayed, with the tape and coat the items in spray paint.





Once they are fully dry, just remove the tape and you have your brand new, adorable set of customs utensils, baking tools and kitchen accessories!  If you guys give this a try be sure to tag me in a picture on social media @thelindsayann! 






♡♡♡ LINKS TO PINK PRODUCTS! ♡♡♡
Links to my favorite products and PINK kitchen supplies from my videos: https://www.amazon.com/shop/lindsayannbakes

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DIY Pink Kitchen Tools 

You will need:
  • kitchen tools
  • spray paint
  • painter's tape


Directions
Cover the parts you don't want sprayed, with painter's tape, if you don't want certain parts exposed. Coat the items in spray paint. Once they are fully dry, remove the tape, if necessary.
Note: Do not do this on something you are putting in the oven, or something you will be eating off of, or coming in contact with food


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