DIY Frosted Bottles

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Happy Monday Friends!

I am popping in with a quick project I tackled this weekend. As I am refreshing our home this Spring I wanted to bring some more flowers and greenery in to our living room. If you remember, awhile back I shared my DIY Mercury Glass Bottles. I loved decorating with them this Winter and wondered how I could create something similar for Spring.

I saw this Krylon Glass Frosting Spray Paint and thought that it would do the trick!DIY Frosted Bottles001

Over a couple of weeks I gathered some bottles of different shapes and sizes from a few local thrift stores. You can find some of my favorite things to look for at thrift stores HERE.

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After finding a few bottles I liked, I simply sprayed each one with the paint. I layered on a few coats letting is dry between each. The paint goes on looking transparent and wet. It quickly changes over to give you a frosted look.

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Once dry completely, I added a few sprigs of greenery and flowers to the set I created and just love how they look!

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I mixed them in with the mercury glass bottles and just love how they look with them too.

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Another thing that I would love to share with you all is that a few instagram friends of mine are hosting a new hashtag party every Wednesday. We would love for you to share with us how you use Nature in your vintage, antique farmhouse decor using #thenaturalfarmhouse

Come find us all on Instagram to follow along…

@valentannicole @chastityeads @cherrysjubileedesign

@kathyscottage @careyscountrygarden @pineconesandplumes

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13 thoughts on “DIY Frosted Bottles

  1. Luckily I have a can of such spray paint! Great idea as a way to dress up plain vases and make them more interesting. Visiting from Homemade and Handcrafted party.

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  2. This is a wonderful upcycle project for bottles, jars, or those vases that come from the florist and seem to multiply in the pantry. I had never seen the Krylon frosted glass finish before. Thanks for the tip!

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  3. The end result is so pretty! Thank you for sharing… you know, I have so many old bottles with great shapes, and it hurts me to part with them. This would be a great easy DIY project (and a way of sprucing up some corners of the apartment for spring!).
    XOXO and found you via SITS!

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  4. I’m always looking for ways to upcycle old bottles, and this is brilliant! I love the look of frosted glass. It makes the bottles look so much more interesting and elegant. I can’t wait to try it!

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