Today, I’ll be showing you how to create a stylish but inexpensive accessory for your home. These beautiful vases and bottles are the perfect way to display single stem or spray flowers in your home and are also a lovely way to decorate a dinner table or a party centre-piece…
– Enamel or acrylic paint in your chosen colour
– Glass bottles or jars
– Plastic tub
– Syringe and funnel (optional)
I began by collecting old bottles and jars. I went through in the kitchen and simply recycled. The bottles in the photograph once held everything under the sun: jam, olive oil, ketchup, wine, salsa, spices, etc. Or, have a hunt in your local charity shop, as pretty vintage bottles can be picked up for a few pence.
You can create different colours for your bottles or vases by mixing different shades of paint together. These vibrant pink, orange and yellow shades would be perfect for Autumn…
Wash the bottle inside and out with soapy water; allow to dry.
Pour in a small amount of your chosen shade of enamel paint. Using a syringe to draw the paint out of a tub and pouring it into the jar through a funnel makes it much easier!
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Dry bottle upside down on a paper towel for 48 hours, periodically wiping excess enamel from the rim with a damp cloth during the first hour.
Wedding Centre Pieces & Table Decorations
These would look fantastic in a line down a dining room table or grouped together at different heights for an inexpensive wedding centrepiece. You can even use glitter nail polish to coat the inside of the glass – a great way to continue a colour theme for a party or event – and ideal for a little Christmas sparkle!