Horray! It’s Tuesday! And that means my weekly series {GOING GOLD} is back! For those of you that are new to The Blissful Bee, every Tuesday I will post about a [gold] project that I have created or an inspiration piece that I love. Today’s post is about adding some *umph* to a set of antlers I had lying around the house.

Lately I’ve really been into mixing organic materials with geometric shapes. This project is a perfect example of what I mean. The organic shape of the antlers really compliment the clean lines of the gold trim. And it was SO easy too! This project took about 5 minutes to create and was basically free. I already had the antlers from a while back and already had the spray paint as well. All I had to do was tape off the ends of the antlers and spray the tips. Remove the tape, and your done!

I loved this project SO much that I already have an idea for the next set of antlers I plan to paint. More to come on that later:)





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Thank you for stopping by The Blissful Bee! I'm Amy and I'm the writer and designer behind the blog. I have a passion for interior design, fashion and simply living a stylish life. I hope you enjoy your "stay"!


  1. Love this project! What fun series. You have great style. I would love to try gold in a subtle way. This is a great idea. Thanks for sharing. Stopping by from Savvy Southern Style. I would love for you to visit my blog Curate by Carrie Corson. I’m following along now through FB! ~ Carrie

  2. Wow the touches of gold really make this look so high end! Love it! (visiting you via city farm house)

  3. Hi Amy, I painted some antlers with metallic silver paint but I like yours better with just the tips painted. Thanks for joining the Open House party!
    Sherry .

  4. I like the added shiny touch. I’m a fan of antlers and this takes it up a notch. Hope you can visit my blog at bohemianjunktion.com

  5. yes!!!! I love it! I’m trying to add touches of gold around my house… this was a great idea

  6. These totally made me smile! They remind me of something you would see in some high in fancy pants store! You are my pick for feature this week at Give Me The Goods!

    Amber@ Dimples & Pig Tales

  7. I love the way the antlers look with the little bit of gold on the tip, looks casual but still a little dressy to get some attention…very creative

  8. Antlers are a neat rustic statement and your dipped gold is so chic:) I posted DIY Doily Jacket to Mod Vintage. Stop by:)

  9. I have a set of antlers next to my bed that I can’t decide what to do with them…it’s either yarn bomb them, or paint them. This may just be it for my antlers.

  10. Hi Amy! Pretty blog. I dropped by from Made in a Day. Love the tipped antlers, clean and pretty.


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