How to create a Sea Glass Vase…
I love the light and airy look of sea glass.
Inspired by a recent trip to the ocean… I decided to try my hand at making a Sea Glass Vase.
The Sea Glass Paint is available in several colors like Sea Glass Ruby*. (I’m thinking Christmas!)
I contemplated the best way to paint my bottle. Because I wanted to also paint the bottom of
the Milk Bottle*, I came up with the idea of inserting a paint roller handle into the bottle.
While the idea was good in theory, it was hard to rotate the jar evenly when spraying.
(see first at tempt picture below↓)
After the first attempt… I got a little smarter and wrapped the handle in paper, making a
snugger fit. (that worked great) I was able to rotate the bottle using the handle as I sprayed
the bottle with short thin coats of paint to avoid drips.
The more coats applied the less translucent the finish will be.
Once painted, I was able to use the handle to aid in drying.
To go with the Beachy Sea Glass look, I wrapped twine around the neck of the Milk Bottle*
and added a small seashell I picked up on the beach. (FYI…vase should be hand washed only)
A perfect addition to the dinner table.
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