DIY: English Roses & Hydrangeas in Spray Painted Glitter Jelly Jar Vases

 

Candace Rose Spray Paint 3M ScotchBlue painters tape Ball Jelly Jars English Roses Cone Hydrangeas

I love the jelly jars I spray painted gold and turquoise with glitter spray paint!

 

Last year I became obsessed with DIY projects and I haven’t been able to stop since. I especially love spray paint as it’s fairly easy to use and working on spray paint projects is my zen. About a month or so ago I was approached by 3M ScotchBlue painters tape to review some of their blue painters tape and I jumped at the chance. I usually work on projects that don’t involve tape, but since I’m looking to move onto “tougher” projects I thought I’d give it a try.

Since we spend so much time in the English rose garden and such, I decided to spray paint a few jelly jars and turn them into vases. I spray painted both of the jelly jars – one gold and one turquoise. Once they dried I added the ScotchBlue Painters Tape for Multi-Surfaces #2090 to the top and bottom of the jelly jar and then proceeded with glitter spray paint (my absolute favorite). I didn’t use painters tape on the turquoise jelly jar, I just spray painted the entire jar with gold glitter and let it dry.

I wasn’t sure which flowers I was going to use in the jars, I knew that one of my favorite florists Molly Ryan of MollyRyanFloral.com was coming by to pick some up today, and when I told her about the jars, she told me to go ahead and use the peach and cream English roses and cone hydrangeas she was going to use for her photo shoot because the gold and turquoise paired so well with the flowers.

Don’t the flowers look amazing in the jars? They’re so pretty and this project is so easy to do! All you need are glass jars, make sure and paint the outside of the jar with spray paint and let it dry, use ScotchBlue painters tape any way that you’d like, spray paint it with glitter spray paint (I chose to use the gold glitter spray paint the middle) and let it dry! It’s super easy and turns out gorgeous!!!

 

After spray painting the jelly jar gold, I added 3M ScotchBlue painters tape to the top and bottom of the jelly jar, and then added gold glitter spray paint to the middle!

After spray painting the jelly jar gold, I added 3M ScotchBlue painters tape to the top and bottom of the jelly jar, and then added gold glitter spray paint to the middle!

 

 

I let the gold glitter spray painted jelly jar dry, as well as the turquoise jelly jars I painted.

I let the gold glitter spray painted jelly jar dry, as well as the turquoise jelly jars I painted.

 

 

 

The finished products! This was such a fun project, I adore my new gold glitter jelly jar vase, as well as the turquoise gold glitter one as well. I think the peach and cream English roses and cone hydrangeas really add to them!  DIY

The finished products! This was such a fun project, I adore my new gold glitter jelly jar vase, as well as the turquoise gold glitter one. I think the peach and cream English roses and cone hydrangeas really add to them!

 

 

Disclosure: I was not compensated for my review, but I was given the ScotchBlue painters tape (for a review). Opinions are my own, as always.

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