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DIY Sea Glass Bottles

Have you ever noticed you go to Home Depot or Lowe’s for certain things? At least I do!  For example, I always go to Lowe’s to purchase spray paint and find new colors.  They seem to have the best color selection and they offer an abundance of different types of spray paint.  Case in point: I found sea glass spray paint! I’ve never seen this type of spray paint before so I snatched it up in one of my favorite colors, sea foam. Maybe I’m late on this sea glass spray paint, but oh my word, the results are amazing.

Sea glass spray paint that comes in a variety of colors.

Needless to say this prompted a new DIY tutorial.  Honestly, this tutorial is so easy it’s basically showing you how awesome this spray paint turns out! I had a few bottles and vases from my local thrift store that I spent maybe $2 on.  I knew they would be perfect for a sea glass makeover.  With the spray paint costing around $7 (it’s double the price on Amazon), I had new home decor for less than $10.

Vases and bottles found at my local thrift store.


Glass vases and/or bottles – find some amazing ones at your local thrift store || Krylon Sea Glass Spray Paint || Hard surface to spray paint on {that you don’t mind getting dirty}

Turning vases and bottles into sea glass using spray paint.

The How-To:

Take your vases/bottles outside and place on a hard surface that you don’t mind getting spray paint on. Apply an even coat of the sea glass spray paint. It dries fairly quickly and the more coats you apply, the more vibrant and darker the sea glass look becomes.  It was pretty amazing being able to control the deepness of the sea glass color. Allow the spray paint to fully dry before applying another coat. The picture below shows what one coat of spray paint looks like.  I did a total of 4 coats on each vase/bottle.

Creating your own sea glass bottles and vases.

That’s it!  Just let it dry and start decorating with your new home decor.  This spray paint dries with a smooth, powdery finish that gives the glass the look of being tumbled in the ocean waves.  It’s also semi-translucent and sticks well to glass.

Sea Foam Sea glass bottles

I was very excited about the results of this sea glass spray paint and even more thrilled to have new home decor pieces for less than $10.  The sea glass spray paint comes in a variety of colors.  I’m curious to try the cornflower blue color.  Anyone wanting to add that pop of color to their home?  We can create together!  If you’ve already used this sea glass spray paint, what did you think?  I would love to hear about it in the comments below.  Thank you so much for visiting my blog and reading about my latest DIY tutorial!

Creating your own sea glass bottles in a sea foam color

DIY Sea Glass Bottles

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  1. Renee rishel says:

    Cool idea!

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