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DIY Kate Spade Inspired Rose Bowl

By: Borei Design from
DIY Kate Spade Inspired Rose Bowl
DIY Kate Spade Inspired Rose Bowl

Make your own DIY vase that looks just like something by Kate Spade! This DIY Kate Spade Inspired Rose Bowl comes at a fraction of the cost of the original. This project will take barely any time at all to complete, and the finished result is a classy vase you can cheerfully place on any surface in your home. 

In the Designer's Words: "After my cat broke an expensive vase I went looking for a replacement. I fell in love with a kate spade rose bowl that cost $75. Since such a vase's life expectancy is all of five minutes in my home, I decided to diy my own version using a glass bowl picked up at a local dollar store for $2, enamel paint and a round foam brush. It could not have been quicker or easier and I'm super happy with the results."

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsGlass, Paint

Primary TechniquePainting


Project TypeMake a Project

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Very nice, however, the dots aren't lined up and it would drive me crazy. If it takes an hour to do, then there should be time to figure it out. Or a pattern as you go.


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