Emilie Bier Do it Your Self

Decoupage watercolor DIY Vase

You bring in the spring with a beautiful DIY vase that you can make with Mod smorgasbord and painted on watercolor paper. No skillset needed!

It’s Linda here to celebrate, from burlap+blue, with a fun and easy way to the changing of the seasons. Spring is officially here! Celebrate with some beautiful flowers and Mod Podged watercolor DIY-vase -perfect for yourself or for a gift!
watercolor DIY Vase

Mod hodgepodge gloss
2 glass Container (which fits in the other)
foam brush
watercolor paper

step 1: Collect your supplies and cut to fit a piece of watercolor paper in your glass. The best jars are not tapered; they have straight sides.
This will contribute to compliance with facilitate the paper on the inside of the tank. You’ll also have a smaller glass will need to fit into the larger glass. I found both of my jars at Hobby Lobby for under $4!
step 2: Use your watercolors to paint the paper. You could also do this project with a scrapbook, wrapping paper or leftover Wallpaper!
Then I went back and swashes added color, blending as I went and adding more water than is necessary to mix together the colors. Let dry completely.
step 3: Once paper is completely dry, coat the inside of the glass with Mod-hodgepodge. Insert your paper and press firmly, and hold it to the glass. Once dry, apply several layers of Mod smorgasbord on the paper, let it dry between the layers.
step 4: once dry, take your smaller container and plug it into your larger. Since Mod is a hodgepodge’t waterproof, you won’t want to add water directly onto your vase.
Cut your flowers, put them in your vase, and you’re done! I really love how this turned out; the colors are perfect for my decor, and I always love an excuse to buy fresh flowers!

thanks for the let me today share with all of you. You will find many tutorials and inspiration on my blog, my facebook page, on pinterest or on twitter! You have a nice day!
PS – did you Know that you can make watercolor paint with kitchen items? Get the recipe, so you can project this, without the need for you to buy watercolors!

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