Hello my friends. It’s been a while since my last post. But I’m back today with a fresh DIY idea for you. It’s a DIY pitcher-turned-vase project.
I bought this pitcher from a thrift store over a year ago with the intention of transforming it into something else. My initial plan was to simply spray paint it white and use it as a flower vase, which I did. However, after the first update, I wasn’t in love with it. However, I kept it, but I did not use it as a decorative piece. I kept it in the cabinet under my kitchen sink and used it as a watering pitcher to water my houseplants. It has worked well for that purpose, but I think this baby is finally ready to make its debut as a vase. LOL.
You know sometimes, all you need is the right inspiration that sparks the thought “I have something that could be transformed that way?” This was my exact thought when I saw an animal print (I think giraffe) vase on Instagram.
That’s where it all began. So you ask “What did I do?”
I got up, grabbed and dusted off my once green, red and beige, now white pitcher and got to work.
I gave the pitcher (now about to be turned vase) a fresh coat of white spray paint and drew the giraffe print on it using an Oil-based Metallic Gold Sharpie Marker.
What do you think about this transformation? Please leave me a comment below.
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