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Super-Simple Tile Vases

Brought to you by Lowe's Creative Ideas

If you can peel tape and squirt adhesive, you can make these colorful vases.

Painted vases made from tile pieces.

Project Overview

Skill Level

Beginner

Estimated Time

1 day

Estimated Cost

$$$$$

Tools & Materials

Tools

  • Painter’s tape

Materials

  • 2-in x 6-in American Olean Starting Line white gloss countertop trim tile, #3505
  • 2-in x 2-in American Olean Starting Line white gloss corner bullnose trim tile, #4038
  • Clear paintable caulk
  • Paint (optional)

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Instructions

Step 1

Stand two countertop trim tiles on end on a flat surface. Apply a thin bead of adhesive caulk on the squared edge of each tile. Then press the squared edge against the inside face of the other tile near the rounded edge. Immediately wipe away any caulk that squeezes out and tape the tiles together.

Good to Know

For a watertight vase, make certain the caulk bead extends the entire length of the tile.

Step 2

Apply a bead of caulk around the bottom ends of the two joined tiles and press the corner bullnose trim tile firmly into the caulk. Wipe away any squeeze-out, and tape the tile in place until the adhesive dries.

Step 3

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To add an optional splash of color, brush on a band of gloss paint.

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