Monday, February 4, 2013

Frosted Glass Vase

One of the projects we did for Craft Night was this Frosted Glass Vase or Candle holder. I've used it for both purposes and I think it looks great both ways!

What you need:
Glass Vase (I got our's from the Dollar Tree)
Painters Tape
Wax paper
Frosted Glass Spray-paint (I used Rust-Oleum)
Circle punch

1. Wash and dry vase to get any dust or debris off the vase. I put mine in the dishwasher.
2. Stick a strip of tape to the wax paper, then using a circle punch or a scissor, cut out 10-15 circles. I used the wax paper because it helped to not stick to the inside of my punch.
3. Stick your circles around the vase to your desired look. 
 4. Using some frosted glass spray paint, spray the outside of our vase (open side down). It took 3-4 coats of paint to get the effect I wanted.
 5. Once the vase has dried (about 10-15 minutes) carefully remove the tape from the vase.

I paid a total of $6 for this vase. Wouldn't this be a perfect gift for someone? And so many possibilities! Check out what the girls at my Craft Night came up with.
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  1. Those are so pretty and looks like an easy project! You've got me thinking about spring already! You have a fun blog and I'm happy to be following you via GFC and looking forward to more! Stop by for a visit sometime!

  2. I love the polka dot idea! I never thought of the tape and circles! I just started a new link party and would love for you to come over and share your post or any social media sites. Talkin’ About Thursday -

  3. Cute! I've been wanting to try painting glass. Thanks for the great instructions!
    ~ Megin of VMG206

  4. Awesome art work! I want to have that kind of art work at the same time. Beautiful and attractive kind of frosted glass. Good idea for project.


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