Colored Vases

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Couture Smoked Glass Candle Holders - Set of 2 Colored Vases, Glass Candle Holders, Preserves, Centerpieces, Candles, Smoke, Metallic, Couture, Wedding


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Upcycling great for old bottles! Spruce up bottle interiors with glass enamel paint to create new vases. Sea-foam-blue-green-seaside shades are so classic! I love to transform thrift store finds! This technique makes them look like colored milk-glass. Recycled Bottles, Bottles And Jars, Glass Bottles, Painted Bottles, Painted Vases, Mason Jars, Empty Bottles, Reuse Bottles, Bottle Vase

11 Household Essentials You Should DIY (Not Buy!)

Get crafty and refresh any space in your home in no time, and on a budget, with our favorite home décor essentials to DIY instead of buy.

The Project: Blue Bottle Display The Essentials: Clear glass bottles and jars, paint in an assortment of monochromatic colors (acrylic is not ideal). Skill Level: Beginner The Tricky Part: Finding the perfect shades of paint. Further Reading: Poppytalk Painting Glass Jars, Painted Glass Bottles, Painted Vases, Bottle Painting, Bottles And Jars, Diy Painting, Mason Jars, Empty Bottles, Decorated Bottles

A Quick Way to Make Everyday Bottles Display Worthy

Oh, how I love a DIY that a) is inexpensive, b) takes almost no time and c) yields great results. When I came across this bottle makeover idea at Poppytalk, it not only fit my criteria, but almost felt a bit like cheating. How could something so easy look so great? And where do I find such fantastic bottles?