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  • Rufflesandribbons

    Painted vases - get clear vases from dollar store and paint from the inside - such pretty sherbet colors!

  • Stephanie Monsees

    diy painted vases, what a great idea to jazz up all of those plain flower vases

  • Ashley Ostrom

    Revamping clear vases with a little paint inside. Get vases at a thrift store or dollar store

  • Natalie Bessette

    Painted glass vases - Love. Have found vintage vases like these at thrift stores! never thought to paint them! My weekend project and I can't wait!

  • Anne Thompson

    Revamping thrift store glass vases with a little paint inside. #DIY #craft

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Repurpose old clear vases, by painting them on the inside - This would be so pretty in, with flowers etc. Glass vases are so cheap at the second hand shops too ! xx

reuse the plain glass vases that come with flower arrangements - paint the inside with acrylic paint

Enamel Painted Vases - Paint used was PermEnamel paint in Mediterranean Blue and White (or whatever color you prefer), PermEnamel Surface Conditioner from Michael's. Full Step-by-Step Tutorial.

Repurpose old clear vases, by painting them on the inside - This would be so pretty with flowers. Glass vases are so cheap at garage sales or dollar stores.

Clear vases from the thrift store that I always pass by for the milk glass...a little paint inside and they are cute too. I think I will try this.

DIY: old clear vases paint& PermEnamel Surface Conditioner. Just poured the paint straight into the vase (it took about 1-2oz bottle for each vase) and brushed the paint around a little. then i just sat the vase on it's side (rotating it around every couple minutes) and let the paint drip around until it all was covered in a nice thick coat. so super easy!!

Spray-painted chandeliers-- get an ugly brass one from a thrift store & do this. I had a friend who did this, it actually turned out pretty neat looking. I actually have one in my room. It's hand painted not spray painted but I could see that being cool too.

What you’ll need: - Assorted vintage glass vases (I found mine at a local thrift store, 9 pieces for $5) - Rubbing Alcohol (optional) - Brown craft paper or newspaper - Latex gloves - White glossy spray paint (I used Krylon Multipurpose Indoor/Outdoor Gloss White)

Another great use for plates...little mirror little glue...good to go!

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