This week I did a mini makeover on my living room. After going vase shopping, I decided they were way too pricey. I bought a vase (or two) at Goodwill and decided to give them a makeover to match my living room. This was a really easy makeover for this vase where it only took a few hours to create, mainly because of drying time.
Flower Vase Makeover
10 minutes painting/gluing and 2 hours of drying time
- Foam Brushes
- Red Glass Enamel Paint
- Gold Metallic Paint
- Glue Gun
- Glue dots with a hot glue gun around the top of the bow of the vase for an embellishment.
- *Tip* Freeze glue sticks before using them to avoid strings.
- Paint with red paint (or paint of your choice), at least two coats on the outside and inside and allow to dry.
- Once it’s dry, paint loose strokes with the metallic paint for the distressed look.
- Dry, done!
Want something a little easier?
I bought this vase at Goodwill for a buck and spray painted it with gold metallic paint. Took less than 60 seconds! I then spray painted some straw ornamental balls to fill it with.
Quick Tip** Got a vase with a chip? Fill it with a hot glue gun, then paint!
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