Krylon Sea Glass Vases

by Lynn Lilly, Jan 14 2016

Last weekend, for the very first time I went to the Craft & Hobby Mega Show in California. For 4 days I was immersed in new craft products, industry trends and learned new crafting methods and techniques. If you are a regular follower of Craft Box Girls, you know I love spray paint. I was so excited to get a guided tour of the Krylon booth at the show. I discovered products I had not used before and got insight on new products to come. One of my favorite products I discovered is the Krylon Sea Glass. It works just like a spray paint but is specifically made to give glass sheer finish. It comes in multiple colors but I am partial to the Sea Foam. Krylon Sea Glass is perfect for taking boring old glass vases and giving them a creative makeover. I took two vases and a mason jar and coated with 3-4 coats of the spray. Make sure to let each coat dry for 1-2 minutes before applying the next. The more coats you apply the less shear the finish will be. 

I was also very excited to learn that Krylon will be releasing a Stain Glass Spray Paint in Spring! Stay tuned for more information! Get your hands on the Sea Glass Spray Paint HERE

Happy Creating! 

xoxo LL


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  • Stacy on

    After using the sea glass spray, do you use a clear finish?

  • Joni on

    Would this paint work on a candle container?

  • Lynn on

    Hi Carolyn,

    I would recommend using the Krylon Sea Glass in Ice. The more coats you apply the darker the frost will be. Let it dry 15-20 minutes between coats!

    Good Luck with Your Project!

  • Carolyn on

    I want to paint a faux border on a bathroom mirror to camouflage some areas with slightly discolored edges, because of years of water splashes. Which of your paints will work? Thank you

  • Detra on

    I want a pair of sea glass looking lamps for my bed room. The ones I have found are over $100.00 each because it’s so popular. I found regular glass lamps on line for around $40.00. I’m going to buy those and then spray them myself for a sea glass look! So excited to see this product.

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