DIY White Brick Vase

DIY white brick vase
I love an easy tape and paint DIY when it comes to dressing up everyday objects. This brick design is a quick way to add some new life into your clear vases so they deserve those jaw dropping peonies and poppies in season right now. This DIY came together so quickly, and honestly- it’s my new favorite vase! (Here’s my second favorite, also a DIY)

DIY white brick vase

Also, if tape + paint DIYs are your jam, stay tuned…another coming up later this week on a larger scale.

Photography by Liz Stanley. Assisted by Sara Albers and Jordan Wise



Very thin masking tape (like this)
White spray paint
Painters Tape (for the bottom)
Clear vase or jar

DIY white brick vase

1. With thin masking tape, wrap the vase in perpendicular even lines, about 1/2 inch apart. Start to add small bits of tape to create the bricks, about 1 inch apart.

2. Cover the bottom with a large piece of painters tape and spray paint white (or another color)

3. Let dry and remove the tape. Because it’s on glass, if there are spots that have leaked though, you can easily scrap them off with a knife

4. Fill with your favorite spring flowers!


Some other paint + tape DIYs of mine to try this summer: Striped sherbert tablecloth, Pastel dipped milk vases, Ombre painted spoons


This is really beautiful Liz. I agree, such a easy and cheap DIY for a old vase

What a great way to dress up a plain glass vase (of which I have several from various bouquet gifts). Thanks for sharing your idea and instructions!

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