Paint A Polka Dot Pitcher

 I love polka dots…a lot!  But, I am not a little girl, so I try to keep them to a minimum around our house.  Well, this year, when I was starting my crazy Fall decorating, I knew I wanted to incorporate some black and white polka dots, but it had to be subtle.  So, I decided to try and paint a white pitcher that I had with some DecoArt glass paint.  Now I have the cutest polka dot pitcher ever!  I love the way it turned out, and it was honestly one of the easiest things I have created!  Here is how I did it…

I started with an inexpensive plain white pitcher.
I squirted some black frosted glass paint in mini cupcake wrapper and grapped my 1/2 inch paint dauber.
I simply dipped the dauber into the paint…not too much…then placed it on the pitcher.  I turned it just a little to make sure that the paint sticks to the pitcher.  Then, let dry…too easy!
I did not try to make my polka dots perfect, but did try to space them evenly.  I ended up making two of them.  One for my Fall Mantel
And one for my Fall Tablescape.



Powered by Facebook Comments

Find tons of cleaning and organizing tips and tricks from Cleaning In Between The Glass On Your Oven Door to making your own natural cleaning solutions from Mom 4 Real HERE!