How to Make a Modern Textured Vase

Skip expensive porcelain vases — create your own with a few scraps of lace, inexpensive hurricane vases and white paint. Filled with summer wildflowers, these vases add a modern touch to any home.
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Materials Needed:

  • 1/2 yard lace with a finished edge
  • large or small glass hurricane vase
  • matte finish Mod Podge
  • matte finish white acrylic paint
  • 1" foam brush
  • paintbrush
  • scissors

Measure and Cut Lace

Measure the lace up against one of the hurricanes. Cut a strip of lace 4” from the edge, keeping the pretty edge on the strip.

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Attach Lace to Vase

Apply a thick coat of Mod Podge on the top third of the glass. Wrap the lace strip around the glass, sticking it to the ModPodge.

Coat Vase With Glue

Apply a thick coat of Mod Podge over the entire glass, saturating the lace. Let dry.

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Paint Vase With Acrylic Paint

Paint over the whole glass with matte acrylic paint. Let dry between coats. Paint on 3-4 coats, or until the glass is completely opaque.

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Fill With Flowers and Enjoy!

Display your favorite flowers in your new faux porcelain vase.

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