DIY Glittery Pink Vases

Oh my, it has been quite a week, well month really! May usually just fills up so fast and flies by and this May is no exception! With end of the year recitals, school activities, birthdays and family visiting and of course working with our customers, we never have a dull moment! But, we wouldn't have it any other way. As you know we have a little party coming up this weekend so we just thought it would be fun to show you some of the DIYs we are working on for it. We hope you liked the little tea cup favors! Today we are sharing our glittery pink vases that are going to be centerpieces on the little tables. Aside from the tea cups, these might be one of the simplest DIYs you can do! They really dress up the vases and definitely add a 'little sparkle to your party'!

Materials: 
Glass vase
Paint brush
Glue
Confetti glitter

Simply wash and dry your vases.
Use a paint brush to paint glue onto your vase. Be uneven with your strokes at the top so that the glitter line will not be perfectly even. {If you want the glitter to be perfectly even us a piece of tape to mark off the spot where you want the glitter to stop}
Sprinkle your glitter on, making sure all of your glue is covered.
Go back with some glue on your brush and just lightly tap it around the top of where you ended your glue/glitter. Sprinkle more glitter on. This will give the glitter a gradual diminishing look.
Stand your vases up right and let the glue dry as it will dry clear and you are done!





26 comments:

Jeane M. said...

Thats really cute! Love the contrast of colors in here. Thumbs up! Got my eye on your next posts.

Anonymous said...

This would be perfect for our daughter's dorm room. Her boyfriend always gets her flowers. :)

Anonymous said...

Love it! Will try it for my daughter's baby shower in Tiffany blue. Thanks!

Irene Whitty said...

Just beautiful. I love the colors

koffeelover said...

Love this! Where did you get the flowers from? I'm thinking of doing this for a bridal shower with green glitter and cream flowers.

Anonymous said...

would also love to know where you got the flowers from. thanks!
Lovely idea!!!

Anonymous said...

where did you get the flowers? these are beautiful

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Anonymous said...

Will be doing these for ny next event sooooo cute

Liz said...

Simple and elegant. Please tell me where you got branches and how you did the flowers (tissue?) I am considering for a wedding centerpiece.

lynne green said...

I think an Ombre look might be fun to try! Not as a replacement for the elegant simplicity of the single shade of pink but just to experiment for fun!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful!!! I would love to do these for my daughters baby shower. Where do you find the glitter? I have looked everywhere and cannot find it.

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Leslie Lim said...

I read your blog.I thought it was great.. Hope you have a great day. God bless.

Rica
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Laura said...

É muito lindo o seu trabalho, só gostaria de saber se as flores são de tecidos ou de feltro?

Laura said...

É muito lindo o seu trabalho, só gostaria de saber se as flores são de tecidos ou de feltro?

Laura said...

É muito lindo o seu trabalho, só gostaria de saber se as flores são de tecidos ou de feltro?

فؤاد ابراهيم said...

VERY VERY NICE

TECHTIPS said...

very pretty.

Vasudha said...

Simple but very pretty

Unknown said...

What type of glue do you use?

Jen Wilson said...

What type of glue do you use?

Jen Wilson said...

What type of glue do you use?

Alison said...

My guess for the glue is Mod Podge.

Alison said...

My guess for the glue is Mod Podge.

Aislinn de la Reve said...

Glitter is everything. This lovely pink shade is so ultra feminine and lovely...makes a girl feel like a princess.

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