DIY: Gold Decorative Bowls

Posted on: March 20, 2013
DIY: Gold Decorative Bowls

I love to organize my stuff into open trays and bowls. I find it much easier for me to find things this way. I had these bowls on my work station and thought I would dress them up a bit. I like how the gold adds a little something extra to a plain white bowl. Gold and white is also one of my favorite color combinations!

Please note that these bowls should not be used for food. They are only for decorative purposes.

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diy gold bowls DIY: Gold Decorative Bowls


White Bowls

Krylon 18kt. Gold Spray Paint

Scotch Blue Painter’s Tape

Avery Dot Labels

Heart Stickers


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Cover the outside of the bowl with one strip of painter’s tape. It’s not necessary to cover the whole bowl as you will only be spraying the inside.

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Use the stickers to make a pattern on the inside of the bowls.

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Spray the bowls with spray paint. Once dry, peel off the tape and stickers.

XO, Jenny

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(10) Comments

  1. The bowls look so great. Such a simple idea but it makes such a huge impact. LOVE them.

    • Thanks Amy! I’m thinking about making ones with neon pink inside. How fun would that be?

  2. They look great! I just love your desk area!

  3. Cute and simple idea–I love it!

    • Thanks Mayette!

  4. Such a clever & easy DIY, definitely going to try this!

    //Birdie Shoots//

  5. Love these! Did you have to use any sort of primer before you painted?

    • Thanks! No I did not use any primer.

      • I love this idea very cute. Where did you buy the bowls at and stickers?

        • The bowls are from Ikea. You can get the stickers from any craft store.

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