Tutorial: customize a glass vase

Tutorial: customize a glass vase

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Are you thinking of replacing this slightly sad glass vase that has been in your living room for a few years? And why not give it a little more color, he who knew beautiful and fragrant? Today, we are going to learn how to personalize glass objects in order to give them a second youth!


- a glass vase - a tube of paint on glass with glitter - a flexible self-adhesive stencil (found in your decorative arts store or to make yourself) - a piece of foam (you can take that of the small rollers with foam paint) - a small plate to spread the paint Budget: around 15 € Duration: 30 minutes


1. After choosing the letters or patterns you want to apply on the vase, carefully stick the stencil on the vase, carefully checking that all the small parts are well glued. Pour a little paint on a small plate to facilitate the application.
2. Use the piece of foam as a brush and gently dab the stencil. Depending on the complexity of the pattern, cut a finer piece of foam to color some very fine parts. Remove the flexible stencil and allow the vase to dry for 12 to 24 hours.
3. Once the paint is dry, fill the vase with a background of water and place a beautiful bouquet of flowers from your favorite florist (or your last country walk for the lucky ones).


Now that you know this technique, think of all the objects in your house that you can customize!
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