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Enamel Painted Vases – Easy and Beautiful!

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EnamelPaintedVasesv2enamelvases2 enamelvases_new1 enamelvases_new2 enamelvases_new3 enamelvases_new4 enamelvases_new5Enamel painted vases – I’m in love! If you like to paint, I have a really fun project to share today! My inspiration for these easy DIY enamel painted vases came from a restaurant in Sonoma called El Dorado Kitchen. I’ve always loved the fresh, modern design of the lobby and the eye-catching green and white enamel painted vases that are displayed on white shelves. I decided to make my own cost-friendly version of this design, which included a quick Martha Stewart tutorial and a trip to the Dollar Store, where I picked up these three vases.

Supplies: 
Three different sized vases from the Dollar Store (here,here and here), dishwasher safe PermEnamel paint in Mediterranean Blue and White (or whatever color you prefer), PermEnamel Surface Conditioner from Michaels Arts and Crafts storepaper towels, paint brush and a mixing bowl.

 

Directions: 
1. Clean the vases with hot, soapy water.
2. When they are completely dry, pour some surface conditioner in and cover the inside of the vase. Pour out the excess and let the vase dry.
3. Get the exact color you envision by mixing your PermEnamel paints in a mixing bowl, then pour inside the vase.
4. Paint the inside of the glass using the paint brush to cover the inside surface.
5. Once the vase is painted, lay it on a paper towel to let the thick paint drip off. You will be amazed at how much comes out! The longer it’s upside down, the thinner the coating will be. I liked the thicker look so I only kept it upside down only for a few minutes.
6. Turn the vase back over and touch up the drips inside. Every fifteen minutes you can even out the thickness on the bottom of the vase as the paint will start to collect.
7. Let these dry over night and in the morning you should have a beautiful decor vase!

 

Remember these beautiful enamel-painted vases are only for DECOR. Don’t drink out of them! You can put water in them, but it may damage the finish eventually. I’m simply sitting them on the shelf, like the photos to the right ; ) 

 

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The last picture really doesn’t do the lobby nearly enough justice… to the left there is a wall full of chopped wood and it looks amazing! Check it out if you’re ever visiting Sonoma wine country!

 

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203 responses to Enamel Painted Vases – Easy and Beautiful!

  1. January 11, 2011

    These vases look so great! I will definitely try this project. I love the color you chose as well…very Tiffany-inspired. Thanks so much for sharing this information.

  2. January 11, 2011

    Gorgeous!!! Total tranformation of those dollar store vases.

  3. January 11, 2011

    Those vases look sooo great! They would go great in pretty much anywhere in our place! I must try these!

  4. January 11, 2011

    What a gorgeous color those are! This is going on my to-do list immediately.

  5. January 11, 2011

    So cool and I love the Color!

  6. January 11, 2011

    I am in love with this DIY!!! I have been wanting to incorporate some pretty vases into my decor and this is perfect!!! so excited, thanks so much for sharing! 🙂

  7. Pretty project! I linked up at the Dollar Store Crafts facebook page! 🙂

    Heather

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  8. Pretty project! I linked up at the Dollar Store Crafts facebook page! 🙂

    Heather

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  9. Pretty project! I linked up at the Dollar Store Crafts facebook page! 🙂

    Heather

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  10. Pretty project! I linked up at the Dollar Store Crafts facebook page! 🙂

    Heather

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  11. Pretty project! I linked up at the Dollar Store Crafts facebook page! 🙂

    Heather

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  12. Pretty project! I linked up at the Dollar Store Crafts facebook page! 🙂

    Heather

    http://www.facebook.com/dollarstorecrafts

  13. January 13, 2011

    gorg!!! love that vivid color and how modern they look! excelente!

  14. January 13, 2011

    very pretty! love the color you chose aswell!

  15. January 31, 2011

    Love This I’ve been needing some cheap but fab decor for my living room

  16. February 26, 2011

    Beautiful! love that Aqua blue color!!!

  17. March 27, 2011

    Awesome! Very cool! Thanks for the tutorial. I am definitely going to give this a try. Do you know if they would be safe to put a candle in?? I have a lil idea brewing but don’t want to start a fire! LoL

  18. March 27, 2011

    Wonderful idea! What a pretty color!

  19. March 28, 2011

    Hi Carri, I can’t say it is safe to put candles in them. I use mine strictly for look and they just sit on my shelf. I would be nervous to put a candle in there so I wouldn’t recommend it… If you find anything out about it please pass it along!! 🙂 Thanks for all the comments everyone!! 🙂

  20. April 3, 2011

    how did you get it so even? I gave it a try and even though I had a generous amount of paint, I still had streaks and blotchy spots… 🙁 I rinsed it out quick so I could try again. Any tips?

  21. April 3, 2011

    Thank you everyone for the comments!! Chelle, I got the paint even by using a paint brush and brushing the sides of the glass… I still had some blotchy spots, but very few. It was a thick coat of paint too 🙂 I hope that helps! If not, maybe you can do another coat after the first one dries…

  22. April 8, 2011

    this is a fabulous project….i have been looking for a paint in that color but have only found a much darker turquoise in the enamel paint. thanks for posting that picture, now i can look for it.

    i love how they turned out!!

    hugs, cindy

  23. April 15, 2011

    totally inspired… can i share?? next month we’re doing vase/bottle projects on our site: http://www.FancyLittleThings.com – please let me know if i can link up!! thanks!

  24. April 30, 2011

    Gorgeous! They look so high end. Thank you for sharing.

  25. May 22, 2011

    I did this (15?) years ago with a ginger jar lamp. Still use the lamp and it still looks great. It really helps when you are trying to color coordinate.

  26. May 29, 2011

    This looks like a fun project! I suppose if you wanted to put flowers in it you could use another, smaller glass and put water in that and put it inside careful not to scratch the side of the painted vase, also there are those little battery tea light candles, no flame just a bit of light maybe those would work.

  27. October 27, 2011

    I love this idea…
    end the colour? so gorgeous…
    brazilian hugs

  28. November 6, 2011

    Oh my gosh – just saw this on Pinterest! What a brilliant idea and I love how the color turned out.

  29. November 10, 2011

    Did you get all supplies at the 1$ store… like the paint too?

  30. Anonymous
    November 17, 2011

    I too would like to know where you picked up the paints. Michaels or Hobby Lobby? Thanks for the great DIY!

  31. December 14, 2011

    Question: can regular acrylic paint be used? I did get the surface conditioner, though. 🙂

  32. December 24, 2011

    Those look beautiful! Thanks for sharing, you’ve got a new follower!

  33. December 27, 2011

    I love this idea- I have a ton of empty jars. Im going to have to give this a try!

  34. Anonymous
    December 27, 2011

    This project inspired me! I bought 20 vases from Goodwill for less than $1 each and set out to create a masterpiece. However, I thought the paint you have pictured was too expensive, so I decided to try a different paint from the craft store (Folk art) BIG MISTAKE! The paint cracked and sunk down the edges, and NOT in a cool way. Luckily it washed right out. I ended up spray painting mine instead, and since I finished them with a clear gloss, they ended up looking very shiny also. So those of you who decide to do this project, make sure you use the paint pictured!

  35. Amy
    December 28, 2011

    Great idea! I’ve spray painted the outside of a vase before but I prefer the look of yours. Love the color too!

  36. Great idea! I have a bunch of these vases from flower deliveries! I love the color; turquoise is my favorite right now: )

  37. January 24, 2012

    I’m using this great idea to paint clear garage sale vases for a baby shower. I’ll be putting curly willow in the vases, possibly gluing a few pink butterflies and flower buds to the branches. Thanks for the great inspiration!!

  38. January 24, 2012

    Thank you everyone for the comments! This project was done over a year ago and I still receive comments on it, so thank you! Feel free to share with anyone as well 🙂 Also, if you have any question regarding paint colors, etc. email me 😉 THANKS!!!

  39. January 26, 2012

    this is a absolutelly great idea…going to the dollar store now. Thanks for posting!

  40. January 30, 2012

    Followed your directions exactly and it turned out great!! Thanks for the inspiration!
    http://thehomesihavemade.blogspot.com/2012/01/it-all-started-with-mailboxesreally.html

  41. Anonymous
    February 6, 2012

    Lovely and Nice color!! But here’s my question – They show you sticking the brush in and painting away. But what about those real skinny vases like the ones on the table painted orange in the first picture advertising the article?? Can’t get your hand or brush in there. ???

  42. February 6, 2012

    If you can’t fit a brush inside, the look is still achievable… it just takes a little more time. You have to pour the paint in and swirl until the entire inside it coated. You can cover the top with a napkin and shake the paint around as well 🙂 Thanks for the comment!

  43. February 12, 2012

    These are beautiful! I tried painting glass with acrylic paint & it looked ok but the process was so messy! Thanks for sharing the tutorial.

    -caroline @ c.w.frosting

  44. February 16, 2012

    Hey I found you on Pinterest, signed up to follow you, love the vases, thank you for sharing.

  45. February 16, 2012

    I saw this on Pinterest and came over to check it out. This is something I’m SO exited about trying! Thanks so much!

  46. Anonymous
    February 17, 2012

    Been looking for a navy blue vase for my bathroom. Now I can do one like this. Thanks for the tip.

  47. February 18, 2012

    I’ve been itching to try this the minute I saw your post. My glass vases are drying as a type, can’t wait to see how they turn out!!

  48. February 18, 2012

    How beautiful! I’m going to go try this now. So simple, beautiful and creative.

  49. February 21, 2012

    Love this project! This is my first time ever being on this site and your project inspired me. Thanks for such great direction. I was sad because michaels where i live discontinued the blue but i was able to get one bottle. Was worried i wouldnt have enough but i did w/ some to spare. Thanks again, i love my new vases!

  50. Anonymous
    February 21, 2012

    Hello there! I’m following up with this about a year too late, but I was wondering what your recommendation might be if I DID want to seal it so that I could put water in it…any ideas on that?? Thank you!!

  51. Anonymous
    February 27, 2012

    Where did you buy the paint? I’ve been look for it and I can’t find it!!

  52. Anna
    March 1, 2012

    I just finished doing two vases! one in that gorgeous blue and one in a purple!! so easy to do. For everyone looking for the paints I found mine on sale at Michaels and then the surface conditioner at JoAnn’s. I haven’t checked Hobby Lobby but will go there too just to see if they stock them and get more colors. Love love love this..just need to find a way to seal it so water can go it. 🙂 thank you so much for sharing!

    1. Vanessa
      July 23, 2014

      Hi there!

      I just LOVE these vases. I was on the Michaels web-site but didn’t see the “Perm Enamel paint.” Is it called something else?

      http://www.michaels.com/paints/glass-paint/809188057

      Thanks so much for your help!!! 🙂

  53. Karah
    March 4, 2012

    I just made these yesterday and they look AWESOME!!! Thank you for such a great idea. I am going to have to blog about it:)

  54. Anonymous
    March 6, 2012

    Do you think this could work on the outside of the vase, so it could be used with water? Or has anyone tried spraypainting vases? I love this, but don’t know what I’d do without a vase I can’t fill with water.

  55. Anonymous
    March 11, 2012

    I have some textured vases, grooved designs in the glass. Do you think this process will work on them if I make sure to get paint in all the indentations?

  56. March 11, 2012

    Saw this on Pinterest and repinned it. Hope you don’t mind. Such beautiful vases!

  57. March 13, 2012

    I think these would go great in my room! three vases in a dark purple with flowers coming out of them! so cute!

  58. Anonymous
    March 21, 2012

    How many oz of paint does it take to do 1 vase?

    Im searching for paint online and most of it sells in 2 oz bottles.

    I am about to order some, but wanted to make sure I get enough 🙂

  59. March 21, 2012

    The small bottles I used (2 oz) did three vases and I still had a small amount left over 😉

    1. Anonymous
      December 7, 2012

      How many 2 0z bottles did it take to do the 3 vases. I am guessing 1-2 oz frost white and 2-oz blue?

  60. Anonymous
    March 21, 2012

    Awesome!! Thank You 🙂
    I cant wait to try this!!

  61. Anonymous
    March 30, 2012

    Did this recently. After they were all dried I coated the inside with a waterproof acrylic sealer!

  62. April 5, 2012

    Just found this via Pinterest. Wondering if anyone’s learned if there’s a way to seal it so it can be used as a regular vase, i.e. with water. Spray painting the outside, as a couple of you have mentioned, might also be a great way to repurpose these dull vases.

    Very cool site, too, lots of great ideas here.

    1. Joseph
      May 22, 2013

      check the paint that you are using. I bought an enamel paint and it calls to bake it at 350 for 30 mins and will be hand washabable or top rack of the dishwasher.

  63. Anonymous
    April 6, 2012

    where did you purchase that beautiful piece of white coral you have photographed near it?

  64. April 9, 2012

    I just LOVE how these look! Definitely going to have to try this.

  65. April 16, 2012

    Thanks for the awesome tutorial. May I suggest upcycling at Goodwill for any future project. They almost always have tons of vases. Great blog!!

  66. April 18, 2012

    I found this via pinterest and did it over the weekend and I LOVE it! Thanks so much for sharing!

  67. April 28, 2012

    I don’t see why you couldn’t put water in it. When I looked up the PermEnamel paint, it stated it was dishwasher, microwave and oven safe!

  68. I am going to try this with some bottles that I got at Goodwill. Thanks!

  69. Anonymous
    May 11, 2012

    Hi,

    Love the project!

    A few quick questions. 1. How do you “even out” the paint at the bottom? Rag? Paintbrush?
    2. Is the enamel safe for flowers if I do want to use them as a vase?
    3. How do I print this project out for future use? (web site doesn’t seem to offer the option?)

  70. May 25, 2012

    thanks for sharing it! i thought doing it is hard but amazing its very easy!

  71. Amy
    May 30, 2012

    love this thanks!

  72. Anonymous
    June 2, 2012

    Thanks for sharing…these are beautiful. I’ve been thinking of doing this myself but wasn’t sure how to start.

  73. June 6, 2012

    Yeah I wanted to know about flowers too!? These are perfect for a bridal shower I’m throwing in a month and I love the color!

  74. June 8, 2012

    I LOVE the colors of your vases!! Never kne the Dollar Store could such pretty stuff1 🙂 I’m new to the dipping, so I thank you for your post!!

  75. June 20, 2012

    I did this and love it thank you!

  76. June 21, 2012

    love this!!

  77. Kate
    June 25, 2012

    I thought I was doing this right, but the enamel paint I bought is much thicker and doesn’t really coat the inside without the help of a paintbrush, resulting in a very streaky look. It won’t pour like you have in the first photo. Is it important to use a paintbrush like the one pictured, or can I use the kind with the foam head? Thanks, this is a really cool idea.

  78. Anonymous
    July 9, 2012

    Can I use acrylic paint? do you have to get the surface conditioner?

  79. July 10, 2012

    I’m in love with the color of these vases! They are beautiful.

  80. July 20, 2012

    This is an absolutely fabulous and gorgeous idea.

  81. Anonymous
    July 28, 2012

    My sisters and I do this with clear Christmas balls. You just have to pour the paint inside and swirl it to cover, then turn it upside down to dry.

  82. Anonymous
    August 5, 2012

    Can acrylic paint be used or does it have to be the enamel?? We only have Hobby Lobby here and did not have the ones that you used. Could not find the conditioner also, is it needed to finish it? Thank You

  83. August 14, 2012

    I did this project using Folk Art paint. I basically took the whole bottle (it was a large vase) and it rolled the vase around kind of in a swish motion. After I mostly had it covered I turned it upside down for several days to let the excess paint drip out. It checked it and changed the paper plate daily. It was beautiful! However once I put water in it the paint started to peel and float in the water. Such a big bummer since I spent to much time on it!

  84. October 6, 2012

    does it need to be enamel paint or can I use regular acrylic do you think? I don’t plan on filling them with water or anything, just for decoration…

    1. October 6, 2012

      If it’s just for decor, I think you can probably use an acrylic paint. I have not done that, but I think it would work 🙂

  85. Anonymous
    October 8, 2012

    what is the frost paint used for? the outside of the paint looks so shiny and I wasn’t sure you got it to look that or if the paint in the glass just appeared that way.

    1. November 25, 2012

      I mixed the frost paint with the blue to lighten the color. It also gives it a nice shine 🙂

  86. October 14, 2012

    Awesome! I want turquoise lamp bases in my living room. I now know how I’m going to get them! I’ll be on the hunt for clear glass lamps!

  87. Anonymous
    October 19, 2012

    Would like to try these, looked for the paint enamel and cant find it. Can you tell me where you got your materials, thanks cheryl

    1. October 19, 2012

      I got everything from Miachael’s Arts and Crafts 🙂

  88. Anonymous
    October 22, 2012

    I JUST LOVE IT……………….

  89. January 10, 2013

    Wonderful idea. It can sometimes be very difficult to find vases in your specific color especially when it comes to wedding centerpieces. The paint seems to come out looking much more classy when you paint from the inside. I can’t wait to try this out on a couple of vases we had left over form our wedding centerpieces, finally a good use for all those vases! If anyones looking for some vases to purchase and paint you should check out http://www.dfwvases.com they have alot of the cylinder shapes that she has pictured above as well as the ginger jar shape. Works out great!

  90. February 15, 2013

    I love it! I’m totally trying it if I can find those paints in here:P. Thanks for the aideas.

  91. March 7, 2013

    Do you need to have different heights for the vaes or just 3 different styles. I have a tall one and 2 that are similar in size but are different styles.What are your thoughts?

    1. Anonymous
      March 17, 2013

      Different sizes and styles would look great!

  92. March 12, 2013

    For those who wish to put water in for flowers just keep an eye out for an plastic bottle the right shape and cut to length. No scratching the paint and no water damage. I use this method to line pots for house plants (everything from pails and milk jugs to medicine bottles work)

  93. Anonymous
    March 17, 2013

    how do you get the top of the vases not to have the dried paint when it is upside down from getting heavy on the rim?

  94. March 26, 2013

    They look’s so good! I never can repeat your work! Eden you are very talented!

  95. March 28, 2013

    I love the color you picked. It matches perfectly with my color scheme. I’m definitely going to be giving this a try.

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  97. Lisa
    June 3, 2013

    I have made several if these vases but I don’t use a paintbrush, I just pour the paint in and twirl to spread the color. Works great….

  98. June 5, 2013

    I so love the color! I plan to try these soon. Thanks so much for sharing your great idea!

  99. June 6, 2013

    I’m bummed, my Michael’s does not carry the brand of paint you used. I found the blue in acrylic, can acrylic be used instead of enamel to paint glass.

  100. June 7, 2013

    I love these! I have tons of cases that I could really do something with.. So do you only paint the insides and not the outsides?

  101. CLAUDETTE LAGACE
    June 26, 2013

    very nice project

  102. Shelly Hewett
    July 2, 2013

    Yay!! Final a craft a non-crafty person (me) can do!!

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    1. sandra
      August 20, 2013

      me desculpe, nao sei falar nem escrever em ingles, mas amei tudo, só nao entendi que tinta foi usada; acrilica…podem me explicar?

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  105. August 8, 2013

    You have done it beautifully, i am really going to try this at home. This things are really good to gift to somebody.

    1. Eden
      August 25, 2013

      Thank you Carol!!! I’ll have a DIY video coming soon too 🙂

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    September 1, 2013

    me gustaria seguirlos por el mail o el face, ¿como puedo hacerlo?, me gusto mucho este tutorial

  109. September 17, 2013

    beautiful idea!

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  113. October 14, 2013

    Hi 🙂 I loved your vases and used them in a post I wrote about shopping Goodwill for fun items. I hope that’s okay!

    Blessings,
    Katie
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  114. November 1, 2013

    Pretty project!
    i love the colors !

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    November 8, 2013

    So creative, thank you for sharing this information fir such amazing transformations.

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  120. Crystal
    April 3, 2014

    I have a a big smooth floor vase that I bought 15 years ago, but my house colors have changed. I kept it in hopes of painting it to match our current decorations and hopefully putting either greenery or those tall twig things in them. Do you think the process above will work the same on my vase?

  121. Jill
    April 30, 2014

    I tried to do this but when it tried the top part of my vase shows paint brush strokes. Do you think if I use a sponge brush that would solve my problem?

    1. Samantha
      May 14, 2014

      I tried the sponge and makes no difference, BUT that was with regular acrylic paint, I hate the brush strokes
      :,(

  122. Samantha
    May 14, 2014

    This is Amazing !

  123. Elaine
    May 16, 2014

    Can you put water and real flowers in those vases?

    1. Eden
      May 16, 2014

      Hey Elaine! Thanks for the comment! Because it’s enamel paint, you can put water in them, but the finish may not last as long. It may remove some of the paint eventually. Thanks again!

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  125. Tracey
    June 28, 2014

    can you add flowers ( fresh )?

  126. rachel
    July 17, 2014

    would the paint stay if I were to put a candle inside of the jar????

    1. Eden
      July 18, 2014

      I wouldn’t put a candle inside the jar, unless it’s the faux flame ones 😉

  127. Krissy
    July 29, 2014

    I am wanting to do this product. I can not find the Permenamel paint anywhere but online. I would rather see the color in hand before purchasing. Do you recommend any other brands? Please be specific if so.

    Thanks

  128. Margaret
    August 3, 2014

    Hi, I love this idea. I have some lovely enamel paint samples I just bought from Home Depot, can I not use those with the perm enamel conditioner?
    Thanks

    1. Eden
      August 4, 2014

      Hi Margaret, I think they would work with or without the conditioner. I made a few recently and skipped the conditioner and it worked fine. Hope that helps!

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    September 30, 2014

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  132. October 7, 2014

    That lamp is gorgeous! I might try it out for my reading nook. Thanks!

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    October 31, 2014

    can i use acrylic paint instead of perm enamel

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  137. January 1, 2015

    These are stunning!
    I will definitely put them on my list of
    “New Projects for 2015”
    !!! Thanks a bunch!

  138. January 8, 2015

    Cannot wait to do this have a few of these vases lying around!!! Hope mine turn out like yours. Thanks

    1. Eden
      January 12, 2015

      I hope they do too!

  139. Charlee
    January 23, 2015

    Did you have an issue with air bubbles in the paint?

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    February 4, 2015

    Hi,
    I made your beautiful vases with a young friend of mine a couple of days ago and they turned out beautiful! However, I did have one problem maybe you could help me with. The insides of the vasees do not look pretty – lots of brush strokes visible – although not from the outside. I was wondering whether you may be using a LOT of paint because I did not have a lot drip out as you did when I turned the vases upside down. I was thinking of the alternative of painting the top two inches or so of both the inside and the outside in silver. What do you think?

    Thanks for this idea. I really love the results.

  142. […] photo via Sugar and Charm […]

  143. […] make a beautiful painted vase using your favorite color all you have to do is get the right type of paint and then spread it […]

  144. […] a utensil holder for beside the stove to match other things in our kitchen. Visions of these nicely painted vases from Sugar and Charm were in my […]

  145. […] Or pick up some plain vases from the dollar store and paint them. Gorgeous […]

  146. michelle
    April 22, 2015

    I will SO be painting vases soon! Thanks for the tutorial.

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  148. May 31, 2015

    These look amazing! I plan on making these to put up in our new home when we move! I went ahead and let my readers know about this great tutorial though. I can’t wait to make them and show them off!

  149. May 31, 2015

    […] Sugar and Charm made these and they look easy to make just like the chalkboard mugs. […]

  150. […] I’ve tried this project and love the results! (h/t Sugar and Charm) […]

  151. Lindsay
    July 28, 2015

    LOVE the look of theses vases! I have so many left over from my wedding that I would love to do something like this with them! The only thing is that I cannot find the paint anywhere at michaels 🙁 do you know of anything else I can use?!

    1. Eden
      July 28, 2015

      Hi Lindsay! Any enamel paint will do the trick!! Martha has some great all-purpose paint that would work too!

      1. Lindsay
        July 29, 2015

        Thanks! I did find the Martha Stewart brand and picked up a couple of them. What do you recommend for the PermEnamel Surface Conditioner since I can’t find that? It is necessary?

        Also, I noticed that you mixed the blue and white together in a picture above. Was that just to achieve the color you wanted? Or was there another purpose for the white?

        Thanks again!

  152. August 15, 2015

    I love the look of these vases, they look so expensive, I can see filling them with flowers from the Dollar Tree, I got some beautiful Spring flowers there for my Wedding. Thanks for the info. Donna

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  155. arlene kaplan
    August 25, 2015

    I am going to try those vases.

  156. Martha Elba mar Villalobos
    August 28, 2015

    Me encantan como se ven, yo reciclo todos los frascos de vidrio y desearía pintarlos, vivo el La Paz B.C.S. México se consiguen aquí o me los pueden enviar? Saludos y gracias por compartir tanta belleza. Un saludo!

  157. Martha Elba mar Villalobos
    August 28, 2015

    Me refiero a las pinturas!

  158. […] Enamel Painted Vases: Add a pop of color to a room with a simple vase. […]

  159. November 5, 2015

    These are SO SWEET!!! I love them. I think that painting the insides of some of my mason jar lanterns would be adorable (we use them as vases, too). Do they do pretty well with water in them?

  160. K.MILLA
    February 29, 2016

    !!!

  161. Marcela Eliane de Oliveira Moraes Furtado
    March 1, 2016

    Tudo muito lindo. Quero fazer também.
    Que talento!!!
    Transformar coisa simples em belas peças,tem que ser muito habilidosa.
    Parabéns.

  162. […] sugarandcharm.com […]

  163. […] A chalk-painted cheese board seen on Faithtap Learn to make oat bathmilk in 3 scents at theprettyblog.com Homemade bathsalts seen on diyinspired.com DIY wall art seen on buzzfeed.com Whipped grapefruit mint sugar scrub found on thekitchenmccabe.com Martha Stewart’s home-made dog biscuits DIY Natural room scents seen on theyummylife.com Make your own enamel painted vases on sugarandcharm.com […]

  164. Cheryl
    April 16, 2016

    How about painting the outside instead have you trued that then you can put anything on the inside

  165. […] 5. Enamel Painted Vase […]

  166. June 10, 2016

    These vases look absolutely stunning in white! What a fantastic way to dress them up, Gail! ????

  167. […] Tutorial: sugarandcharm.com […]

  168. Dolores Howell
    September 12, 2016

    I love the vases but I was looking for a way to fix what I did. I painted the outside of the vase an it was not a glossy paint an I put it in the oven to bake it on but it is dull looking an I was wondering what to do to get the glossy look. The vases you showed are so pretty I just wish I could make my that pretty. Can you help?

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  170. […] yummy food. I get the amazing Ahi tacos and the Clear Conscience every time! It’s also where these were inspired from many years ago! Oh and if you’re visiting Sonoma and need your hair done (I mean you […]

  171. […] Enamel Painted Vases different sized vases + dishwasher safe PermEnamel paint + PermEnamel Surface Conditioner […]

  172. RETA GREEN
    April 2, 2017

    WHAT IS SURFACE CONDITIONER, AND WHERE DO YOU BUY IT?

    1. Eden
      April 2, 2017

      You can buy it at a craft store next to the where you will buy the paints.

  173. April 10, 2017

    Beautiful enamel plates! Nice colors and shapes!

  174. Lydia
    May 24, 2017

    Thanks

  175. […] Enamel Painted Vases different sized vases + dishwasher safe PermEnamel paint + PermEnamel Surface Conditioner […]

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