05/11/2013 | 16 Comments.

Puffy Paint Vases – DIY

When I think of LOVE I imagine everything white, fluffy and full of Christmas lights. Whuhh? You don’t think that’s love? FINE, LOVE is fried chicken, cozy pj’s and a ice cold coca cola. Better! (teeeheee)

Seriously yesterday morning I woke up around 3am because this cough decided it wanted to get up and drink coffee, craft and watch tv. I can’t get rid of this darn cough y’all. If you have any home remedies please leave me a comment cause I need something that’s gonna work. So, I am up aimlessly walking around trying to figure out what I could do. I really didn’t care as long as it had to do with an upward position. It seems the “cough” only likes to act nice when I am not laying down.
I went to my studio and the first thing I saw was puffy paint. YES! I had some bottles soaking in water for another craft I was going to do but who cares, I just grabbed them.

Off to crafting I went. 6 am I was done with craft and already shot pictures. Wahooo let’s get started on these puffy paint vases.

Puffy Paint Vases

Are you flipping out. Cause I am. I think I am  a little 7 year old inside because anything that is bright still makes me super giddy all inside.

supply listpuffy paint | glass vases
(the ones I used were sparkling water)



Soak your bottles in ice cold water. I don’t know why but this makes the paper come right off. I usually put them in the water for about 2 hours.


See! It just peels off. I don’t put anything in the water btw.


Look how purdy! You would never know these once were just sparkling water bottles.


Choose your puffy paint colors and start puffing. (teehehe)
All you need to do is put dot’s in any pattern that you want. I just winged it and put dot’s down. I mean dont’ get me wrong, I had an idea of what I wanted before I started but I didn’t use a template.



How stinking cute are these. I kid you not, they were dry in 1 hour. Perfect last minute gift, right!

I hope you have a great Saturday and you enjoy puffing your paint. See ya in the next post Jaderbugs!


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16 thoughts on “Puffy Paint Vases – DIY

  1. Nirudhar

    Looks lovely. Turmeric powder mixed in warm glass of milk is a sure solution for cough. Or ginger and honey in warm water first thing in the morning.

    1. jaderbombllc Post author

      Thanks!! I will surely try that! I am starting to feel better, thank goodness!

  2. Erin

    They look lovely! I didn’t know what to do with a bit of puffy paint I had left over this would be perfect. It’s also nice that it shows up on colored glass!

    1. jaderbombllc Post author

      Hey Erin! I am so glad you like them! It will be perfect for the paint you have left! Post a picture of what you do on my facebook site, I would love to see it!

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  4. Angelina

    I woke up at 3.30 am because of my cough!! While I was drinking hot milk with honey I decided to watch this app. I think you know what surprised me most of all in your article!
    Try hot milk and honey, you’ll fill better emmediately but not for whole day ((, still I wish you good luck and thank you for ideas

    1. jaderbombllc Post author

      Thanks Angelina! I am all better now, but had to go to the Dr! HAHA

  5. Melissa

    Every time I see the puffy paint in the craft store I think back to my junior high days decorating sweatshirts…..I can’t wait to play with the puffy paint again! Love it!

    1. jaderbombllc Post author

      Melissa: I am glad you love them! It totally reminds me of when I was young also!

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  7. Gil

    More of a question. What we would be the best to use if I wanted to clear coat puff paint. I use it on many things and a few could use a clear coat.


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