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Polka Dot Spring Vase Craft

Give an old vase a brand new look with this Polka Dot Spring Vase Craft. DIY craft projects can help you turn an old, discarded item into a brand new work of art. This is a great craft for spring cleaning season - you'll find so many items you didn't know you had. Ideas for vases may seem complicated, but this project is really quick and easy to make. If you don't have a vase on hand, you can purchase an inexpensive one at a thrift store. Add pebbles, shells or flowers to the vase for an awesome look - this DIY project is sure to brighten up your space.

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  • Clear glass vase
  • Round self-adhesive stickers, 25mm in diameter
  • Spraymate Sandblast semi-transparent spray paint
  • Cotton wool
  • Cotton buds
  • Methylated spirits
  • Packaging tape
  • Standard scissors
  • Sewing pin
  • Old newspaper to protect the working area
  • Optional: battery-operated T-lights and glass pebbles or seashells to fill the vase with



  1. Add the round stickers in a random manner all round the vase.
  2. Cover the top of the vase with the packaging tape. Neatly cut the tape all around the top of the vase, so that the spray paint will be able to run up to the top edge of the vase.

  3. Use cotton wool and methylated spirits to clean the vase all around the stickers.
  4. Spray the vase with the Spraymate Sandblast spray paint and allow to dry thoroughly.
  5. Repeat step 4 two more times.
  6. Use the sewing pin to lift each sticker, and then gently peel away the sticker so as not to disturb the paint.

  7. Use the cotton buds and methylated spirits to gently remove any glue residue from where the stickers were positioned.
  8. Use as is, or fill the vase with the T-lights and glass pebbles or seashells.



  1. Sandblast spray paint should be available from stockists of building materials.

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