Rustic Cone Flower Vase

It is hard to believe where this little beauty started out.

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An old fashioned reproduction cone caught my
eye at a garage sale.

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Not because of its faux vintage look but because of
it's metal shape and the rusty interior.

I purchased it along with a cutting board that was about 
the same size as the cone... and then I attached them.

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Two well placed screws was all it took.

Next I painted the whole piece with Annie Sloan 
Chalk Paint® in Country Grey then traced on one of 
my favorite images from The Graphics Fairy.

I used a piece of carbon paper between the image and the
cone then traced over the image with a pencil.

The transferred image was now on the cone and I painted 
in the image with a Sharpie Paint Stick.  

*Be sure to use an oil based paint stick as any kind of sealer or antiquing over the image may run if the paint stick is water based.

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I used an antiquing stain over the piece when the paint was dry.

Rustic Cone Flower Vase www.homeroad.net

Then just added flowers!  

Faux flowers look great or add a small jar to the inside to 
hold fresh flowers.

Rustic Cone Flower Vase www.homeroad.net

A new life for an old cast-off in a few easy steps!



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Comments

  1. i really like what you did to this looks awesome xx

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  2. Wow...bid change!!! Much improved :-)

    Sherri

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  3. Two nice garage sale finds merged into a lovely one-of-a-kind wall pocket! Very pretty and very useful!

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    1. I got lucky Ruth! The cone had a flat back and just cried out for mounting on something!

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