DIY Ombré Vase From A Juice Jug by Katherine Maiolo - Musely
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DIY Ombré Vase From A Juice Jug

posted in DIY & Crafts
03/15/2014
  •  • Glass juice jug (you can also use other bottles or cans you might have at home)
• Acrylic paint (color of your choice. This will be the darkest color of your vase)
• Small container to mix paint
• Brush
• Clear glaze or Mod Podge (not pictured
• White acrylic paint
    • Glass juice jug (you can also use other bottles or cans you might have at home)
    • Acrylic paint (color of your choice. This will be the darkest color of your vase)
    • Small container to mix paint
    • Brush
    • Clear glaze or Mod Podge (not pictured
    • White acrylic paint
  • •  Peel off the label from the bottle. If any residue remains, run the bottle under hot water and use a knife or scraper to remove the excess.
• Pour the color paint you have chosen into a container. Keep in mind this will be used to paint the entire bottle so poor enough to last.
    • Peel off the label from the bottle. If any residue remains, run the bottle under hot water and use a knife or scraper to remove the excess.
    • Pour the color paint you have chosen into a container. Keep in mind this will be used to paint the entire bottle so poor enough to last.
  • • Starting from the bottom, paint a strip all around the bottle. Let dry for a few minutes and add a second coat on top. Repeat, if necessary, until the bottle underneath is completely covered.
• Add a touch of white paint to the container and mix thoroughly.
    • Starting from the bottom, paint a strip all around the bottle. Let dry for a few minutes and add a second coat on top. Repeat, if necessary, until the bottle underneath is completely covered.
    • Add a touch of white paint to the container and mix thoroughly.
  • • Working your way up the bottle, paint another strip around the bottle.
    • Continue adding white paint to the mixture and painting until the bottle is completely covered.
    • Once dry, add a quote of clear glaze or Mod Podge (gloss or matte finish, your choice) to seal in the paint.

  • Thanks for checking out my tip. Enjoy! :)

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