Faux Stone Pottery Bowl

Faux Stone Pottery Bowl

This craft tutorial shows you how to take some basic supplies from the Dollar Tree store and turn them into s stunning faux stone stand-up raised bowl.

What you need

Dollar Tree Glass Bowl
A little glass bowl (comes in a set of 4 from Dollar Tree in the kitchen section)
E6000 adhesive and textured spray paint in the color stone



Are you looking for a budget-friendly way to update your home decor? Look no further than our DIY Faux Stone Bowl Dollar Tree Hack tutorial! With just a few basic supplies from your local Dollar Tree store, you can create a stunning faux stone stand-up raised bowl that will add a touch of elegance and sophistication to any room.

This craft project is not only easy to follow, but also highly customizable to fit your own personal style and preferences. Whether you want to use earthy tones for a natural and rustic feel, or metallic paints for a more modern and chic look, the possibilities are endless.

And best of all, this Dollar Tree hack is a great way to save money while still achieving a high-end and professional-looking result. So why not give it a try and see what kind of beautiful and unique piece you can create for your home decor? With our easy-to-follow tutorial, you’ll be well on your way to transforming your space in no time.

This tutorial is so easy to make, I love making these 3-4 at a time, it’s so fast it’s very easy to do more at once.

Apply a generous amount of E6000 glue to the bottom of the little glass bowl, then place the bigger glass bowl on top. This creates the base for the raised bowl.

Allow it to sit for about an hour to ensure that the E6000 adhesive has thoroughly bonded.

Next, spray it with Krylon textured spray paint in a well-ventilated location. I used three coats to get complete coverage.  I like to do all my spray painting in an oversized cardboard box with the side walls still there. It creates a spray paint booth, and then when I am finished I just throw the cardboard box away.


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