LOVE Glitter Vase {Tutorial}

I’ve been down with the yucky cold all week. I’m feeling too yucky to read for school because I can’t concentrate. During little man’s nap time, I’ve been laying down or napping too. Today, I couldn’t sleep and I was feeling very unproductive, so I pulled my little table on the bed and decided to make something pretty.
I’ve had this plain vase laying around for years, doing nothing. Since I haven’t done any kind of V-Day decorating, I gave the vase a purpose in life! I thought it came out so cute that I had to share it with you right away.
You will need:
Plain glass vase
Mod Podge
Letter Stickers
Red Glitter
White sheet of paper
1. Prepare the glass surface by cleaning and drying it thoroughly.
2. Place stickers, evenly, on the vase.
3. Spread some glitter on the surface or in a dish.
3. Brush Mod Podge over the entire, outer surface of the vase.
4. Roll the vase, carefully, in glitter. Make sure the glitter is evenly spread on the vase. Sprinkle extra in the areas that needs more.
5. Stand up the vase, tap lightly on the top to get the extra glitter off.
6. Peel off the stickers very slowly and carefully.
7. Using a a q-tip, carefully wipe off smeared Mod Podge.
8. Let dry for about an hour.
9. Size down the sheet of paper according to your vase, roll it and insert it in the vase.
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  1. says

    Saw your pretty vase over at 52 Mantels – so cute! Thanks for the great idea for something to do with all of the glass vases we seem to accumulate! ~Cindy,


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