Lace Vases

You might remember when I did the Lacy Table.  I’m at it again, but this time I’ve painted vases.  They have a delicate, feminine, Shabby Chic look to them.  I’m using it as a centerpiece, but it would be perfect in a bedroom too.

Lace Vases

I painted them the same way that I did the table, and this time I experimented a bit, too.

I started off with Dollar Tree Vases:

Lace Vases

I got out my supplies:  Some left over lace, Loctite spray adhesive, scissors, & paint.  This time I used Krylon Satin white paint & Rust-oleum Frosted Glass paint.

Lace Vases Supplies

I cut the lace to fit around the vases with a little extra at the top.  Then I sprayed the lace with the spray adhesive.  I used Loctite because it’s repositionable.  Once I got an even coat on the lace, I put it around the vases.

Lace Vases

I sprayed one vase (through the lace) with the Frosted Glass Paint.  The other vase I used Krylon Satin White spray paint (Paint through the lace).

Lace Vases

When the paint had dried, I peeled off the lace.  This is what I got:

Finished Lace Vase

Lace Vases

Lace Vases

Lace Vases

The frosted vase was too light for my liking and it had a blurred look to it.  There wasn’t as much definition as with the white paint.  So, the white paint is the one I’ve chosen to use.

Here it is with the Lacy Table:

Lacy Table & Lace Vase

And this is how I’ve chosen to use it as a centerpiece.

Lace Vases with Aqua Baby Breath

I used Aqua Glitter Baby Breath, and I love the way it looks.  Both the baby breath and the vase look so delicate.

Hope you enjoyed my newest creation.

Happy Creating everyone!

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