How To Paint A Heart Vase
Hand-Painting Heart Vase
I’m hand-painting a heart vase today. The vase I’m making has scattered hearts in three sizes. I created heart-shaped stencils to use. I’m painting the vase with multi-surface acrylics. Once completed I will bake the vase in the oven. The paint will harden and become permanent. I can fill the vase with water and not worry about the paint coming off. It will become dishwasher safe top shelf. However, I suggest hand washing to retain the beauty of the paint colors.
I bought the 7″ vase from Dollar Tree. The paints can be purchased at Michael’s Craft store. I used FolkArt Multi-Surface or enamel paints. I’m using berry wine, engine red and 14k gold colors. I am loving these paints. They work really well with my new glass painting hobby.
It’s funny the first thing my mom said is “I love that!, Where’s mine!”.
- Berrywine FolkArt Multi-Surface
- Engine Red FolkArt Multi-Surface
- 14K Gold FolkArt Multi-Surface
- 7″ Glass Vase
- Paint Brush
- Water dish to clean brush
Let’s get Started
I painted a gold border around the heart.
Completed Heart Vase
I will finish this vase off with either a red or gold organza ribbon bow around the neck of the vase for an extra flare. I haven’t decided if I want to fill it with glass marble and flowers or a paper filler with flowers.
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Here is the printable