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Textured Puffy Paint Vases

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Textured Puffy Paint Vases
Textured Puffy Paint Vases
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Using two different kids of paint, you can transform a glass vase into a work of art. For these Textured Puffy Paint Vases, use your imagination and create a unique design. Home decor craft ideas can help you add a personal touch to any space. You don't have to spend a ton of money to create these vases, either. Head to a thrift or discount store and pick up an inexpensive generic vase. Easy craft projects may seem boring or basic, but these vases are anything but ordinary. Be sure to choose eye-popping spray paint colors so your piece really stands out.

Primary Technique: Painting

Easy

Materials:

  • Vases
  • Silver Spray Paint
  • Puffy Paint

 

Instructions:

  1. Dot puffy paint around the vases. Let dry overnight.
     
  2. Take the vase outside and apply a layer of silver spray paint. Let dry for 30 minutes to a hour.  
     
  3. Apply another layer of silver spray paint and let dry.

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