I collect jars and bottles. Like too many. I collect old pasta jars, pickle jars, those bottles left over from when I tried to do a juice clense for 2 days (I got really cranky). I collect so many jars that the “house drink” at our place is a “Jar-Garita” inspired by My Drunk Kitchen. Yes, we like jars at our house. But sometimes I feel like maybe, just maybe, they can be prettier? Cuter? So lets give it a try. These DIY Spray Painted Glass Bottle Vases will take you probably 10 minutes make great gifts or fun party decorations! Lets get started, I’ll show you how!
Quick and Easy Spray Painted Glass Bottle Vases
Time: 10 Minutes + dry time
Materials: Glass Vase or bottle, Gold Spray Paint, Vinyl Table Cloth
If you’re using a jar with a label make sure to take the label off. You can do this by soaking your jar submerged in a sink or bowl full of warm water and 1/4 C Vinegar. The label should come right off after 30 minutes. I used these cute bottles from my aborted juice cleanse but you can get the same kind in the party section at Target for 4/$7.
Use the rubbing alcohol to extra clean off the exterior of your jar or vase. You want to start with a clean surface so the paint sticks.
Spread out your table cloth or garbage bag and flip the jar top down onto the surface.
Start spraying the bottom and sides of your jar or vase in a circular motion toward the edges so the paint splatters down and gives you that cool faded look.
Dry for 30 minutes and fill with fresh flowers – or fake ones – or a jargarita! If you’re looking for another vase idea, check out this elegant flat marble vase!