Here is what you need to make a geometric painted vase to brighten up your work space, bedroom, or kitchen counter!
Plain Glass Vase
Assorted rubber bands
Spray Paint (I used Rust-Oleum Mirror Effect)
Clear Coat Sealer
Clean and dry the vase well, so the paint has a good foundation. Layer the rubber bands around the vase in any pattern you desire. I made some criss cross and geometric designs on mine.
Spray two light coats of paint on the vase, letting it dry between coats. Once the second coat is dry, spray the vase with a coat of the clear sealer, to protect the paint from scratches. So let me tell you about this paint...You are actually supposed to spray the reverse side of the item (that would be the inside of the vase) so you get a mirror effect, but I actually like the matte gold color too! So this paint is like 2 colors in 1!
Carefully remove the rubber bands (I cut mine off) and display your pretty new geometric print vase with some spring flowers!
How easy is that? Now you can pretty up all those plain vases hiding in your cabinet and make some space for more craft supplies!
I hope you will visit the other bloggers to see what they used up from their stash this month! Let me know what your favorite project is! See ya next time!