Monday, January 27, 2014

Easy Confetti Pattern Bowl DIY // Kate Spade Inspired

I don’t know about you, but I love beautiful bowls and plates to decorate my home with.

Today I have an easy Decorated Bowl DIY, Kate Spade inspired, using a painted confetti pattern to share with you!

Here’s the background on my confetti pattern love:

I’ve been crushing over designer Kate Spade for many years. Her handbags, clothing, shoes and home goods all have such a gorgeous classic and on trend style! She brings a sophisticated yet playful approach to all of her designs that I absolutely love.

One of the designs I’ve admired is her tabletop Confetti collection.  I created my own DIY version of this pretty pattern, in just one day, to hold my jewellery on my nightstand.

How to make an Easy DIY Confetti Bowl to add to your home decor:

 Make an Easy DIY Confetti Pattern Bowl Kate Spade Inspired  #diy #decor

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Here’s the Kate Spade version of the gold Confetti ‘Ticker Tape’ pattern:

Kate Spade Ticker Tape Plate

Here is my version in pink!

With Valentine’s Day around the corner this DIY confetti bowl is a great way to decorate your home with a touch of pink to celebrate ‘the day of love’!

DIY Confetti Pattern Bowl tutorial

By the way, this is definitely not something I would use for plates that we would eat from….for safety.

Supplies : *

Supplies to make a DIY Confetti Pattern Bowl #diy #tutorial

- a white bowl ( I bought mine at HomeSense for $5.00!)

- nail polish ( I chose a pretty pink color that I had on hand: Essie nail polish in “Muchi, Muchi" )

Self-Adhesive Reinforcement Labels

First make sure your bowl is clean and dry.

Using the picture as a guide, randomly place the reinforcements on the bowl and rub down hard to make sure all the edges are sealed. Leave some to hang off the edge too.

Sorry, this is sort of hard to see since I used clear reinforcements!

Add self adhesive reinforements to bowl

Add one coat of nail polish, and let dry completely.

DIY Confetti Pattern Bowl

You can stop with one coat but I wanted it a bit darker so I added a second coat.

Peel off the reinforcements.

Isn’t it pretty? I love it!

With a vase of white flowers and my Nook:

How to Make a Confetti Pattern Bowl #diy

Now I have a place to put my rings, watch and jewellery beside my bed – it’s so handy and pretty to look at! Bonus: it only cost me $5.00!!

Make a Confetti Pattern Bowl

 

DIY Confetti Pattern Bowl tutorial

This decorative bowl is a great accessory to make for your home!

You can dress up a plain inexpensive bowl or plate that can be used for these storage and decor ideas:

- store your keys and sunglasses in your mudroom/front entry

- hang in a plate gallery wall

- office: store and organize rubber bands, paper clips, you name it!

I hope you enjoyed my Kate Spade inspired Confetti Pattern Bowl tutorial!

Easy DIY Confetti Pattern Bowl for decor and storage #diy #decor #storage 

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20 DIY tutorials and recipes to inspire you for Valentine’s Day!

Monday, January 27:

The Everyday Home    Cedar Hill Farmhouse    AKA Design    Setting for Four

Create and Babble

Tuesday January 28:

White Lace Cottage   So Much Better with Age   Town and Country Living

Top This Top That   Vintage News Junkie


Wednesday January 29:

Marty's Musings   Stone Gable   Confessions of a Plate Addict    Cupcakes and Crinolines

Hymns and Verses


Thursday January 30:

Worthing Court    The Tablescaper    Celebrating Everyday Life  Our Southern Home

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33 comments:

  1. This is adorable, creative and clever! Great idea ~Sonya

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  2. This is so pretty, Heather! I love Kate Spade too and was just admiring some of her china in TJ Maxx yesterday. You did a wonderful job of recreating the same look and feel of one of her pieces.

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    1. She has many patterns that I love too Suzy!! Thanks for your compliments!

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  3. Heather, this is such a fabulous idea!!! What a great use of those reinforcers. We have tons of those! Adorable!!!! ~Christy

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    1. Thanks Christy! This is such an easy DIY and only 5$ too! I love the watercolor effect that the nailpolish gives!!

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  4. So cute Heather! Love the idea of using the reinforcers! Thanks for sharing!
    Leslie
    House on the Way

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  5. I'm a Kate Spade girl, too! I I love your take on her confetti pattern, and using those reinforcement stickers to get the circle shape perfect was just brilliant!

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  6. So pretty and beautiful photos! Thanks for joining us on the tour!

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  7. that's such a sweet idea. I would not have thought to use nail polish before seeing this....but I will now.

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  8. So cute and so adorable! I too would not have thought to use nail polish but it totally works!

    - Alma, The Tablescaper

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  9. This is so pretty! What a great idea. I'm sharing on my FB page today.
    Hugs,
    Jamie

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  10. I love decorating with plates and bowls, too, and this is so pretty. The nail polish - what a great idea. And it's the perfect shade of pink!

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  11. Adorable! Would have never thought to do this with nail polish!

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    1. The nail polish gives it a pretty watercolor effect - I'm glad you like it!

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  12. Cute and creative idea. Like Jenna...I would have never thought to do with nail polish either.

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  13. This is so cleaver and so pretty too!

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  14. Nail polish! That's so clever. It turned out lovely, Heather!

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  15. Love your sweet confetti plate! Great idea!!

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    1. Thanks so much Kathy! So glad you like it too!

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  16. So pretty! Love this easy DIY!

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  17. What a great idea, and so pretty! I never would have thought to use the reinforcements, but they make so much sense!! Thanks for the idea, and for the share!

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  18. Your bowl looks so pretty and that's a really great idea with the dot stickers too - thanks!

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  19. This is soo pretty! I would have never thought to use reinforcement labels. Great job!

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  20. Heather, this is so clever!! What a brilliant idea to use a handy office-supply to get perfect dots!! Love this!

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  21. This is so pretty and SO easy!!
    Thanks for linking up to this week's Catch a Glimpse Party. I'll be featuring this tomorrow. :)

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  22. This is so easy and pretty!!! Definitely something I will try soon!!

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  23. What a great idea to use nail polish! Looks so pretty.

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  24. So pretty Heather! I love the idea of using the reinforcements - and nail polish!! Wow!! I just may have to 'borrow' this idea. Pinned:)

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