How to Create a Stunning Centerpiece with Montana Gold

The leaves are changing color, the days are shorter, and the air is getting crisp. Autumn is the perfect time of year to add color and warmth to your DIY projects.

Whether you’re celebrating with friends, family, or a close loved one, adding special elements to your table settings is easy with Montana Gold spray paint.

Fall Features

Don’t let those pumpkins go to waste. Halloween may be over but you can still get use out of your fall decor. Up-cycle pumpkins, clay pots, pine-cones, and candles to make stunning centerpieces or table settings for your next gathering.

Adding a coat of paint transforms everyday fall flora into luxurious ornamentation and can turn your table into a piece of art.

This simple project can be completed in an afternoon and is perfect for new crafters and experienced DIYers alike.

Montana Gold Chrome spray paint brings a warmth and vibrancy to any project. Metallic flakes rise to the surface during the drying phase, providing an unparalleled shine, sure to brighten up any gathering.

Shock Black, with its matte finish, provides a depth and richness that pairs perfectly with its metallic counterpart.

What you'll need:


1.  Gather: Gather pumpkins, clay pots,  pine-cones, and candles.

2.  Prep: Use masking tape to cover any areas you don’t want painted. Lay out newspaper, drop cloth, or other painting surface.

3.  Paint: When you paint, make sure you’re in a well-ventilated area. Keeping the can  6 to 8  inches from your decor, spray an even and light layer of paint. Allow to dry for 15 minutes before rotating any items, and repeat.

4.  Dry: For optimal results, allow your painted decor to dry for 12 hours.

5.  Varnish: Items sprayed with Montana Chrome that will be handled should be varnished to prevent the metallic particles from flaking off. Gloss varnish will ensure a lustrous shine while matte will produce a muted sheen.

With this DIY project, your guests are sure to feel the warmth of the season. 

Use these steps throughout the holiday season and into the new year to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary.