You won't believe how quick and easy these gorgeous DIY Painted Vases are to create with Martha Stewart Crafts patterning tape and Martha Stewart Crafts satin paint. Customize these vases to match any color scheme you want and any flower color you have, plus you can create your own mix and match patterns to fit your own home decor style.
Our new Zinnia garden was the inspiration for this #12MonthsOfMartha project. The colors in our garden matched perfectly with this month's #12MonthsOfMartha sun-kissed “Mad About Color” palette, and best of all I now have three new beautiful vases to keep our homegrown cut flowers fresh.
DIY Painted Vases
- Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface Satin Paint (Camellia Pink)
- Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface Satin Paint (Wild Salmon)
- Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface Satin Paint (Yellow Jacket)
- Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface Satin Paint (Pea Shoot)
- Martha Stewart Glass Patterning Tape
- Martha Stewart Crafts Foam Pouncers
- Glass vases from Dollar Store (various shapes and sizes)
- Rubbing Alcohol
- Wipe glass vases with rubbing alcohol to remove any dust and debris.
- Wrap glass vases with patterning tape to create desired design. Smooth and press tape firmly to seal.
- Using a pouncer, apply a thin layer of paint on the glass between patterning tape. Let dry.
- Apply a second coat of paint as directed above.
- Remove patterning tape while the paint is still wet. Let dry.
- Let cure for 21 days. Top rack dishwasher safe.
What will you put in your DIY painted vases?
Mad About Color
Inspiration for the Passionate Crafter
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This is a sponsored post on behalf of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia for 12 Months of Martha.