I have noticed these white color blocked vases on a few sites and loved the look. What I don’t love is that they are $100! I thought I’d try and make a DIY version, and I LOVE the way it turned out. It was about $10 for the supplies and took 5 mins.
STEP 1-Gather supplies-glass vase, Krylon Color Master spray paint in White Gloss, painters tape, ruler, dry erase marker
I had everything on hand, except the spray paint and glass vase. I got those items at Michaels and with coupons spent just over $10.
STEP 2-I measured, with my ruler, from the bottom of the vase approx. 3 1/2″ up all the way around and made little marks with the dry erase pen.
This will give you a guide when you are taping to ensure you have a straight line.
STEP 3-With a wide painters tape follow the marks and wrap the tape around the vase.
Once the tape is done, I wrapped the upper part of the vase in a plastic grocery bag (to keep it from getting over spray). I secured the bag with painters tape.
STEP 4-Spray paint with the Krylon Color Master Paint + Primer
It only took 2 coats and I waited about 10′ minutes between coats. I’m impatient so I’m not sure what the actual paint recommends between coats, but this worked for me and there were no drips.
I absolutely loved how this project turned out. Start to finish 15′! I also love that if you were to use faux flower or greenery stems it conceals the end of the stems.
This would also be a fun girls night craft project. Have some wine and appetizers and everyone goes home with a vase. As the hostess you could have some greenery or flowers on hand so your friends go home with a pretty centerpiece. Hmmmmmm, I think I’m going to plan a girls night soon!
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