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!
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Here is the vase that I purchased at a thrift store a few years back that I had in my stash of goodies
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.
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