DIY Gilded Vases From Condiment Bottles
Monday Tuesday friends :) Did y’all have a great holiday weekend?
We stayed around the house and relaxed…and cleaned. The state of it was embarrassing…I mean it was bad y’all!
But we made a huge dent in it yesterday (other than the 5 loads of laundry on the couch waiting to be folded) and I learned that little man really enjoys mopping and cleaning potty’s. Actually it’s more like water play to him but he does an unusually great job helping me out!
***I also wanted to let you know that winner of the Target Gift Card is Cynthia Gaarder! Congrats Cynthia! I hope you find some great stuff!***
This is the easiest DIY project EVER! Okay, I think I’ve said that before but this really is…and the cheapest!
I’m still on the gold kick and I don’t see it ending anytime soon! I’ve been eyeing lots of vases and other gold accents mostly at Target and HomeGoods for fall decorating but I don’t have much of a budget :(
I decided to take matters into my own hands and I raided my pantry and fridge for any glass vases. I decided to spray paint them gold in simple patterns. Nothing was safe from my can of gold paint!
There is a hot sauce jar, spice jar, a jar that had sea salt in it, etc..
I taped them off with my favorite Frog Tape creating different patterns on each one and gave them a quick spray.
This is by far my favorite gold spray paint and I’ve used it on almost any surface!
We picked these flowers up from our local farmers market this weekend and although they are so beautiful as a big bouquet I thought they would look great separated in the vases.
Aren’t they so unique! You’ve gotta love farmers market flowers!
I’m so happy with the way they turned out! You can group them together as a centerpiece or spread them throughout the house if you’re expecting guests for the holidays!
Currently my little man is fighting me over which ones get to live in his room :)
What do you think? I bet you have a few bottles around your house you could fancy up with some gold paint!
There’s lots of fall decorating coming this month so stay tuned and here are a couple of my favorites from last year!
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Have a great short week friends!
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Love this idea. I have to agree that is the best spray paint on the market.
Thanks so much Jennifer! That gold is the best!
Hi Summer! Love these vases, and your photography is beautiful! I wanted to let you know I”m featuring them this week as part of Link It or Lump It – you can stop by to grab an “I was featured” button, and thanks for participating in the party! http://www.lovelywren.com/link-it-or-lump-it-55/
Thanks so much Laura! I really appreciate it!
I’ve got glass jars up to my elbows and this is just a great use for them! Loved the gold paint at different angles and heights. I featured this at our link party this morning. Be sure to stop by and grab a feature button!
Ah! Gold makes anything look beautiful!! Thanks so much for linking up at our Link it or Lump it party!
Agreed Amy! Thanks!
Hi Summer! Wanted to let you know that your bottles were one of my featured picks for the Enchanting Inspiration Link Party this week. Hope you’ll join us for another week! http://www.eleganceandenchantment.com/enchanting-inspiration-link-party-no-15/
Thanks so much Michelle! I really appreciate it and I’ll definitely be back!!
This looks stunning! A great way to break up even a grocery store bouquet! The bouquet you used is gorgeous!
Thanks so much Shelly!!
These turned out lovely, Summer! Pinned and tweeted :)
Thank you so much Kelly! I really appreciate you sharing!
I love an easy project…and these are seriously stylish. I can imagine a ton of them down a candlelit table at a dinner or wedding. Such a big impact for a tiny bit of money. Nice job!!
Thanks so much Laura! I’m glad you like them!!
very very cool! love the flowers you chose too!
Thanks so much Jenna!
Summer, these look so pretty and I LOVE that you used condiment jars! Thanks for sharing these over at The Makers, pinned :)
Thanks Katie and thanks for hosting of course! I’m glad you like them!
Awesome project! I’m pinning it to my wedding ideas board. I actually saved up a whole bunch of spaghetti jars, decorated them and filled them with flowers. They were awesome. :)
Aww, thanks so much Bethany!!! I bet yours were gorgeous!!
I love those vases but where are the Dr. Seuss flower/ball things?? :)
Thanks Beth! Ha! The Dr. Seuss flower balls were a little too big for the vases but man no one could keep their hands off of them, adults included, and they’re still going strong :)
Summer, these are so much fun and so dramatic the way you’ve grouped them! Your photos are stunning…great job!
Thank you so much Jennifer!
Perfect! Love a quick and inexpensive diy with big impact!
Thanks so much Pam!
they look beautiful all collected and i love that they are recycled!
Love it! So so pretty