DIY Stoneware Vase
I love the look of stoneware but not the price tag, so I decided to try and make my own DIY Stoneware Vase. At first, I was going to buy cement that you mix however while browsing the paint section, I found this stone textured spray paint and thought that looked a whole lot easier. And boy was I right, this really was one of the easiest transformations I have ever done. It’s Thrift Store Decor Day so make sure you scroll to the end to see all of the awesome transformations!
Here is the vase that I purchased at a thrift store a few years back that I had in my stash of goodies
This stoneware from Wayfair below is adorable but it’s also on the pricey side as is this one from West Elm which became my inspiration.
Krylon Coarse Stone Texture Finish Spray Paint in the color White Onyx
(I purchased my paint at Hobby Lobby with my 40% coupon so it was $6.50 but here is an affiliate link if you can’t find it locally)
Paint ( I used a paint sample from when we were deciding on house colors for the exterior)
- Make sure your vase is clean and place the vase on a covered surface.
- I Spray painted 4 coats to get complete coverage, waiting at least 15 minutes in between each coat.
- Let the vase dry overnight.
- Using a craft brush paint the vase however you would like.
- Let dry and add your favorite florals.
This was coat 2
This was after coat 4
Using the west elm vase as my design inspiration, I freehanded the paint onto the vase with 2 coats of paint.
It turned out pretty cute and was super easy, best of all it didn’t break the bank.
Check out all of the amazing thrift store makeovers from my favorite thrifty blogger friends!
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DIY Stoneware Vase
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Thank you so much for stopping in today, have a great week!
That’s a perfect match to the Wayfair ones! Great idea!
Thank you so much Pam!
what!? That textured spray paint is amazing! Your vase looks like a high end purchase NOT a DIY! I’m so impressed.
Did you say how much paint it took for 4 coats? I didn’t see anything about it. I apologize if I missed that part.
Thanks, Gail, I want to say I maybe went through half a can….it seemed pretty full when I was done.
I’m usually not much of a crafter, but I love this idea!!! And sounds easy enough for me to handle. I’ve collected many size clear glass containers over the years so I have a lot I can pick from, Thanks for sharing this idea!
Thanks Carol, let me know how it turns out for you! Take care 🙂
Oh my gosh, that is so cool Kristin! I have to get some of that paint. Your house is beautiful.
THanks Kathy! xo
Kristin you are so creative! I don’t know why I didn’t think of this but it’s a great idea. Hey how’s everyone in your home doing these days? I hope you’re all staying safe and healthy–I think I just heard that San Diego schools won’t be opening in the fall and I feel so bad for moms and kids.. This is such a crazy time with the virus and I know the boys are typically so busy with their school and sports it must be so hard for them.
Sending you lots of love.
Kristin, I love this idea. I’ve not heard of this method before. It turned out so pretty. Thank you for sharing at Tuesday Turn About Link Party.
Thank you so much Carol!
This is so pretty, Kristin! I was so happy to see it at TTA! Thanks for sharing! Be sure to visit each hostess this week! 😉