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DIY with Glidden Paint

Dip dyed anything is still going strong and decided I’d join the party and try it myself.

Today I’m sharing a super easy DIY brought to you by Glidden® paint.

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By partially painting, it’s a great way to give an existing vase or vessel an extra layer of depth and more interest. I wanted to go bold and went with Glidden paint – onyx black, a perfect contrast against the antique brass color of the vase.

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things you need: any existing vase or vessel, Glidden paint, pencil, paint brush, ruler, tape.

Step one: with pencil and ruler, mark how high you’d like your paint line to go. Make mark with pencil and repeat all around.

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Step two: use tape to connect each pencil mark.

Step three: with paint brush, paint entire portion below the tape line.

Step four: wait at least an hour to dry before applying another coat of Glidden paint.

Step five: peel tape and fill with pretty flowers.

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I’m not much of a DIY-er but Glidden paint made it super easy to take some inspiration and create something on trend, a quick dramatic difference for something I already had.

Plus, with their simplified palette, I wasn’t overwhelmed by the plethora of color options which made my decision less time consuming.

disclosure: this post was sponsored by Glidden paint through their partnership with POPSUGAR select.

While I was compensated to write a post about Glidden paint, all opinions are my own.

Happy Monday!

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