March is National Crafting Month...I'm so excited to join Jen Goodie of 100 Directions to celebrate all things crafty.
I ordered my gumball machine online and knew from the start I wanted a different color. You only need a few things to get started. The hardest part of this project for me - having enough patience and waiting for the paint to dry so I could use it.
Cardboard or cardboard box
Extra newspaper or plastic bags
While the gumball machine was perfect, I wanted to to fit my brand better as I wanted to take it along with me to craft shows.
I stared with a new machine, the parts were perfect. But if you happen to have a vintage machine, I suggest you contact the company of your machine for any needed replacement parts.
I took apart the machine and put all the inside parts and glass bowl to the side.
I then filled the inside part of the machine with plastic bags and used painters tape to cover all the areas I didn't want to paint. And remember you want no paint on the inside of the machine. It just keep any food safe.
Hope you enjoy! If could paint a gumball machine in any color, what color would that be?