DIY Gold Glittered Vase

DIY Gold Glittered VasSometimes things work out way better than you could have imagined. Like these absolutely stunning DIY Gold Glittered vases. Just last month while shopping at one of my favorite stores (Trader Joe’s) they were selling these Candy Coated Milk Chocolate Pieces as a seasonal item. Immediately after buying the candies I knew exactly what I was going to use the bottle for. When I took the bottle home, I quickly emptied the delicious candy contents out and proceeded to make my half gold glittered and half white vase. The results were stunning, I returned the next day to buy more candy bottles. I loved the candy, but I loved these bottles even more to use as center pieces for my daughters Gold Pink and White Princess Birthday Party.

B E A utiful right?! My favorite ended up being the gold striped vase to my surprise, but together they all were ravishing. This was a very simplistic task and the end results are impressive, I’m highly encouraging you to find taller glass bottles and get going on creating your new favorite vase. You don’t need to have a special event to enjoy the beauty of this vase, simply fill with water add gorgeous flowers of choice and place in your home. We all deserve pretty things to look at and enjoy! Also, you do not have to wait for someone to buy you flowers, buy them for yourself and smile.

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DIY Gold Glittered Vase

DIY Gold Glittered Vase


  • Glass bottles
  • Blue painters tape
  • Gloss Mog Podge
  • Foam brush
  • Gold Glitter
  • White paint (if making half white/half gold)
  • Paper/plastic (protect craft area from glue/glitter)


  1. For half white and half gold:
  2. Using white acrylic paint, paint entire bottle with foam brush
  3. Wait for the paint to dry and repeat a second coat
  4. Then leave the bottle to completely dry before taping
  5. After you tape the bottle take your Mod Podge and with foam brush cover the entire bottom of the bottle
  6. Shake or pour glitter onto the glue
  7. If you notice areas that are not sticking or do not have enough glitter simply add more Mod Podge and more glitter until you have desired coverage
  8. Set aside to dry
  9. Remove painters tape
  10. Take your glossy Mod Podge and lightly coat the gold glittered bottom to seal (special note: Mod Podge will looked cloudy when applying, but will dry clear)
  11. Gold stripped Vase:
  12. Tape out your stripes with blue painters tape
  13. Using foam brush add Mod Podge to the vase starting at the top of the bottle working your way down, pouring glitter as you go around (again any spots that seem to not have enough glitter simply take more Mod Podge and glitter to that spot)
  14. Place aside to completely dry
  15. Remove painters tape
  16. Dab a light coating of glossy Mod Podge and place aside to dry one last time (special note: Mod Podge will appear cloudy when applying, but will dry clear)
  • Category: Craft


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