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October 3, 2013

Clemson hand-painted coolers

One item you are guaranteed to have at your Clemson tailgate is a cooler. Whether you're staying put at one tailgate, or walking around campus to visit several, it's very likely you will be bringing a cooler filled with your favorite gameday beverages and snacks.

It is also very likely that you use the same cooler for every game. It's your go-to, trusty cooler, right?

Well, why not personalize your cooler and make it your own? Turn your inexpensive, Walmart cooler into a custom, hand-painted by you, Clemson cooler artistic masterpiece.

Not an artist? No worries. There are many tips and tricks for painting a cooler without a degree in art - like using tissue paper to trace and outline, etc.

Visit this website, for a complete guide with easy to follow tips and tricks on how to custom paint a cooler. Make sure you don't skip any steps --> the sanding prep step and the after modpodge/sealing steps are important to keep your cooler design in tact.

This would be a perfect Fall Saturday craft project to tackle this weekend while watching the Clemson Tigers win against Syracuse.

Need some inspiration? Check out these amazing photos of custom painted coolers in Clemson designs. Which one is your favorite?

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Have you custom painted a Clemson cooler? We would love to add it to this post and share -- email us photos along with your name to clemsongirlblog@gmail.com.


1 comment:

Emily @ LaForce Be With You said...

Wow these are fantastic! Reminds me of in college painting coolers and thermos/cups for Fraternity functions

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