Anything within our reach can be a reason for decoration when our budget is not so plentiful. Some underestimate the DIY and others to themselves as far as decoration is concerned.
The reality is that it is not necessary to be a Leonardo Da Vinci to display a small piece of art with the pride of pointing it out and having said you made it. The most interesting thing to create is not just the low cost but also the designer, who is you, knows exactly the idea that has in mind to be able to materialize it.
When creating your own decorations, there are no rules that you have to stick to, the style or pattern of your creations you create them yourself, necessarily giving you the style and quality.
Creativity is usually best when it is not limited. Thus, we can be accountable for things that we have in the house that could become true works of art.
When spring arrives, nature tries to sneak into any corner of our home. It is usually a party that we do not want to be exempt because gives to our home light.
The best way to let this station stay in our house is through the flowers, so there is nothing better to create than a vase. Best of all is that you can go back to its original state if you do not like how you are staying or, in a given case; you are bored to see it like this.
As has been said before, no rule is necessary to start only to take into account that is what you want to do.
Anyone has had a glass vase that was not really of appreciation and therefore, at that last moment, decided to change it. Enough materials will use to a new shape it.
By example we can make a new
- Clean the vase and dry well to leave no moisture
- Place the vase from top to bottom on a piece of cardboard that has a large plastic bag layered on top.
- Mix each color of the paint you plan to use with water in separate bowls or paper cups.
- Once the paints and water are mixed into bowls, choose a color and slowly pour the paint over the bottom edge around the vase.
- Repeat the process with each paint color, using the color you want to see more.
- Remove excess paint on the bottom of the vase with a paper towel.
- Use a paintbrush to remove excess paint that is in the plastic bag away from the vase. Allow the vase to dry for about 30 minutes and then carefully tilt the vase to remove the plastic bag and all paint clutter.
- Let the vase dry about 8 hours
Thus, we understand that working like this, with less, can give us great results without needing large amount of money. Creativity can do everything