Pouf, Upcycle a Pouf in a Poof with nothing but CeCe Caldwell’s Paints.
I love the word Pouf.
Pouf originates from a French word for something inflated. (which I think is funny)
Pouf has come to mean a fancy word for a small ottoman. Whatever the meaning. Here are two Poufs I recently made over with CeCe Caldwell’s Santa Fe Turquoise.
That’s right, I PAINTED THEM! They started out as ho hum dark vinylesque leather.
CeCe Caldwell’s Paints will stick like glue to leather, and vinyl. (Just don’t wax it, your body will warm up the wax).
This project couldn’t have been easier. I opened a can of CeCe Caldwell’s Santa Fe Turquoise, started painting.
POOF, two coats later, I had two completely different looking Poufs than what I had brought home from the Thrift Store.
And guess what else, the lids pop off!
To make these Poufs extra durable, I sealed them with two coats of CeCe Caldwell’s Endurance. You can check my video HERE to see how easy it is to use.
They look great together but can stand on their own with this vibrant color.
Sharing my magic pouf with these intriguing parties: