DIY Gold Dipped Vase

Yes, I really made a gold dipped vase. I've already mentioned that I'm not a gold person, but lately I find myself figuring out ways it can be used that don't look so bad. Okay, that look amazing. Like the little bit of gold on my new lamp.


I'm not sure where this vase came from. It showed up on my kitchen table sporting pretty pink roses around Mother's Day a few weeks ago. But now I have it and vases are a nice thing to have around. I decided it should stand out from all my other glass vases though.


And so, the vase and I took a trip out to my laboratory the shed and got started. I used Press and Seal wrap to cover all the glass I did not want to become gold and then used painters tape to hold it all down and make a nice clean line where I painted.


And now I am the owner of a gold dipped vase.

Update and Clarification

I have come to realize that my original post was not super clear about what paint I used. I apologize for this. This post went up on a day that I was dealing with a fussy, teething, toddler. Anyway, I used Krylon metallic gold spray paint to get the dipped look. 

I was out of spray primer but if I had to do this again, I would have sprayed primer on it first as the paint wanted to peel off with the tape. I just had to peel it off slowly and smooth the paint back down as I went.


Linked up at:
Fieldstone Hill Design~{ditto} DIY link party
Essentially Eclectic~Summer Bucket List Inspiration
Liz Marie Blog~Inspire Me Link Party
VMG206~DIY Showcase
Suburbs Mama~Sunday Link Party
Rain On A Tin Roof~Give Me The Goods Monday
Snippets of Inspiration~Pin It Monday
Hickory Trail~Efforts and Assets
Love Grows Wild~Time To Sparkle Link Party
VMG206 &Bebetsy~Brag About It Link Party
House of Hepworths~Hookin Up With House Of Hepworths
I Gotta Create!~Wildly Original Link Party

12 comments:

  1. Wow! I love how the dipping turned a simple glass vase into a show-stopper! Thanks for linking up at the Summer Bucket List Party =) Marcy @ day2day SuperMom

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  2. Very interesting idea. What did you dip it into?
    Following you from DYI Showcase.
    Blessings,
    Janis www.janiscox.com author of Tadeo Turtle

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    1. Hi Janis, I'm sorry I wasn't clear about the paint in my post. I used Krylon Metallic gold spray paint to get the dipped look. I've updated the post with that information. Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Lovely and glamorous! Love it! And it's so easy, too!
    Selene @ Restoration Beauty

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    1. Totally easy! Thanks for dropping by!

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  4. omg I LOVE it! I want to run home and do this now! thanks for sharing!

    Trish @ tales from ...

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    1. You should! It makes me think of old Hollywood glamour...it's a great touch!

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  5. This is a great idea! Turned out super cute too! I am a new from southern charm! I would love for you to check out my blog and hopefully follow me back! Nicole

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  6. Such a pretty vase. Thank you so much for linking up.

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  7. So beautiful! Great DIY ;) Thank you so much for sharing at Give Me The Goods Monday!
    Jamie @ Better With Age

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  8. Hi Elizabeth,

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    Judy
    Pursuit Of Functional Home

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