Full disclosure- my vase ends up being almost 2" shorter, but I think I get look-ish and it cost me $2 in supplies.
Kate Spade is one of my top five favorite brands because I love the style and fun, glam vibe the brand exudes. I have four Kate Spade purses that I absolutely love, but the home decor is a little price prohibitive unless I manage to snag a deal at HomeGoods (which has happened!)
What I love about this particular Kate Spade vase is the black/white/gold (totally obvious, I know), and how it looks a little messy, yet pretty perfect.
DIY Knock-Off Kate Spade Sunset Street Lux Vase
Time: 30 Minutes
- 8.5" glass vase from Dollar Tree
- One sheet of letter sized black cardstock
- 13 Gold Seals (I used 1" gold glitter envelope seals from Target that were $2)
- Glue Dots/Double-Sided Tape/Adhesive Tape Runner
- White Paint Pen
- Gold Polyester Tape or Gold Washi Tape
- Ruler & Scissors
Step 1: Cut your cardstock down to size for both the height and circumference of the vase.
Step 2: Find the center point on the width of your cardstock and adhere one of your gold dots. Measure 2" to the left and right of the center dot and adhere two more dots. Use a ruler to help keep the dots straight.
Note: If you can't find gold envelope seals, use a 1" circle punch and some gold cardstock with glue dots to adhere them. Get creative! You may also find white dots in the office supply section that you could color or glitter up yourself.
Step 3: Repeat the process to create a row in the center and on the bottom.
Step 4: Adhere four additional dots between the columns (like a dice pattern). See image below to see final pattern:
Step 5: Use your white paint pens to paint freehand globs/areas to the bottom right of the dots. Don't worry about being perfect- try to vary up the size/placement/look. This part was probably the hardest for me- I'm a perfectionist.
Step 6: Adhere the strip of gold mylar tape on the top and bottom edges of the cardstock.
Step 7: Flip over the cardstock and adhere glue dots, double-sided tape, or use a permanent tape runner like I did to make sure you have plenty of adhesive on the edges, seams, and center so your cardstock will wrap around and lay flat/snug.
Step 8: Adhere your cardstock to the vase starting at one edge to keep it straight. Smooth down the cardstock gently and press the seam together to finish your vase. Put flowers in your vase and enjoy!
I love how my knock off vase looks next to my actual Kate Spade candle. I splurge on somethings and DIY others as a way to somehow have it all. I know my vase isn't a 100% accurate version, but I still like it. :)
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