let out your inner leprechaun–17 diy projects in gold

March 9, 2014

I am still in love with the gold trend and thought that with St. Patrick’s Day coming up, there was a perfect opportunity to feature that favorite finish of mine in 17 DIY projects that you can do in no time.


Maybe I was a leprechaun in another life…I just have been gravitating to gold and can’t get enough.  If you love the gold trend too, take a peek at some of these shiny features and let out your inner leprechaun!

gilded book ends

Gilded Bookends via Martha Stewart

 gold & white bowls

Gold & White Bowls via Le Zoe Musings

gold animal wine stoppers

Gilded Animal Wine Stoppers via Twinkle & Toast

gold dipped barstools

Gold Dipped Barstools via Honey Bear Lane

gold dipped flats.jgp

Gold-Tipped Flats via Brit & Co.

gold & acryllic clipboard

Gold Acryllic Clipboards via Design Sponge

gold leaf notebooks

Gold Leaf Notebooks via Curbly

gold leaf tray

Metallic Gold Leaf Tray via Project Wedding

gold magnetic letters

Gold Magnetic Letters via Inspired by Charm

gold mason jars

Gold Mason Jars via Mason Jar Crafts Love

gold pencil cups

Gold Spray Painted Pencil Holders via Grey Luster Girl

gold rocks

Gold Rocks via Warm Hot Chocolate

gold staples

Gold Staples via Twig & Thistle

gold striped vase

Striped Gold Vase via Pencil Shavings Studio

gold triangle garland

Gold Triangle Garland via Almost Makes Perfect


Gilded Flatware via The Sweetest Occasion

hello gold pillow

Hello Pillow via The Shabby Creek Cottage

Aren’t these projects beautiful?  Now go get your gold on!


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  • Reply Taryn - Twinkle & Toast March 10, 2014 at 12:46 pm

    Thanks for sharing!! xxo

  • Reply Kate March 10, 2014 at 10:25 pm

    These are GORGEOUS! I’m obsessed with gold….this is not helping my addiction :)

  • Reply Jeni November 15, 2015 at 9:27 am

    Found this via Pinterest and I am OBSESSED. Going to spray paint some old twigs, glass vases and old mason jars, as well as some wooden table sprinkles for Christmas :)

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