Good Morning. It’s a beautiful day and I am excited to share a DIY Pottery Barn Knock Off Net Ceramic Vase. While I was in Oregon visiting our daughter, she had a brain storm of an idea. She loves browsing through the Pottery Barn catalogs, and she came across a Net Ceramic Stool for $179. She loved the look, but not the price.
Her solution to that was this:
Let me show you how she did it…
To start of with she bought a white plastic type vase from the thrift store for $3 and a basketball net for around $3 as well. I know, ingenious, right?
Beginning by slipping the base of the vase through the smallest end of the net, she attached it with hot glue to the bottom of the vase.
While pulling the net tight, hot glue was placed under every knot.
The largest end of the net was left for the top of the vase. Following the knots all the way to the rim of the vase, hot gluing each one.
After the hot glue was cooled, she began trimming the ends, both on the rim and bottom of the vase.
Looks pretty good so far, right?
Then it was time for the spray paint. White glossy enamel spray paint looks so pretty.
When the paint was dry it was time to fill the new DIY Pottery Barn Knockoff Net Ceramic Vase full of fresh peonies.
I know! How cool is this?
Her very own DIY Pottery Barn Knockoff Net Ceramic Vase for under $7!
She also made the refrigerator magnets with vintage broaches and pins.
As you can tell we had a lot of fun with projects while I was there. I will be sharing more of my Oregon trip with you over the next few days.
I hope you are inspired to make your own DIY Pottery Barn Knockoff Net Ceramic Vase. Let me know when you do, I would love to see it.
Make it a great day!
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Create a Halloween Wreath from a Vintage Bicycle Rim
No Bake Lemon Cream Yogurt Pie from Scratch with Homemade Graham Cracker Crust
Yvonne Higgins says
I love love love this idea! I want to make one too!
Thanks Yvonne! I think you should!
Thanks Yvonne!! I hope you make one soon, too!
I love this idea…looks great…going to have to do this! Thanks for sharing! New Follower!
Thank you Tammy! I hope you make one soon :) Thanks for the follow!! xoxo
I am happy to have you here Tammy! I am glad you like this idea. Let me know if you make one soon…
Love this!! I can’t believe how easy it was and how beautiful it turned out!! Thanks for sharing!!
Thank you Crystal. It does look better than we even imagined!!
Adorable and so creative!
Thank you Allison!! I hope you make one, too!
Joel Jones says
LOVE IT! Great job!
Teresa Price says
Love this Idea but you cant put it in the heat because the glue will melt I wonder if another glue would work just as well so you can make them and put them on the porch would love to have them on my porch have any Ideas?
I emailed you privately Teresa. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love having you here.
Jessi @ Practically Functional says
Love it, super cute! You should submit this at Knock Off Decor; it’s totally the type of stuff she features!
Thanks Jessi! Love having you here. And I will check it out :)
I did do one only I did it with a terra cotta plastic pot… I will be shouting out where I got this idea. Would love to feature it in my post, but with your permission to do so of coarse! Please email me and let me know if this would be ok. Tammy
Oh Tammy! How nice are you! I think you did a great job, and thanks so much for the shout out on your blog! xoxo
This is GENIUS!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE it! Thanks for inspiring me today
Thanks so much Marilyn! I thought it was genius, too! I am so glad you stopped by today!
This Diva says
Shabby-chic, and easy on the budget…..love it!
Thanks SO much!! I hope you come back again soon.
Denyse @ Glitter, Glue & Paint says
Well isn’t this clever! Great idea.
Thanks so much Denyse! I hope you make one, too.
Jen @ Four Marrs & One Venus says
Way cool– what a super idea!
Thanks Jen! xoxoxo
Heidi @ Mom's Crafty Space says
What a smart idea! This looks great!
It was crazy how she came up with it!! Thanks for stopping by Heidi!
Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique says
Beautifully done Meegan. Thanks for sharing at Shabbilicious Friday.
Inspire Me Heather says
What a beautiful vase, such a great idea!! Thanks and Pinned!!
What a clever idea, so creative. We have an expression in the UK “a chip of the old block” do you have that too? Your daughter is definitely a chip of the old block (not that you are old of course, oh dear I’m digging myself a hole now!)