Ever want to hang a wall vase but didn’t want to add holes into your wall? I am collaborating with Old Barn Milk Paint to bring you a super easy DIY that requires NO DRILLING – yah! This one is so easy, and then you add the One Step Stain by Old Barn Milk Paint and you are done in NO TIME!
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Check out this 60 second video tutorial on how to make the wall vase, and then follow along or pin for later!
- Old Barn Milk Paint Weathered One Step Stain here
- Staining brush, rags and gloves
- Wood Glue
- Sand Paper
- 3m Velcro Wall Tape
- Circular Saw
Step One – Cut Wood
You will cut 4 pieces of wood with your circular saw. You can make up any measurements you would like to fit your space. For my wall I needed:
- (1) 1×6 board – cut 9 1/2 inches long (5 1/2 inches by 9 1/2 inches)
- (2) 1×3 board – cut 8 5/8 inches long (2 1/2 inches by 8 5/8 inches)
- (1) 1×3 board – cut 5 1/2 inches long (2 1/2 inches by 5 1/2 inches)
I like to sand down my sides before gluing together. I just used 80 grit.
Step Two – Glue and Clamp
Add small amounts of wood glue to the edges of your end pieces. Then you will clamp them down in place and let dry all the way.
I didn’t have a clamp for the top area so I weighted it down with a charger and heavy plates.
Step Three – Stain
I am so in love with this Weathered One Step Stain by Old Barn Milk Paint. It has no oder, drys fast and is GORGEOUS. You can grab a can here. Stir as directed and then add a light coat with your brush. They recommend a light sand to scuff up the wood and I didn’t do it for one side and wish I would have. It would have stuck so much better.
Gently wipe off the stain with a rag, and I always wear gloves for this part too. Follow drying directions and then stain again if needed.
Step Four – Mount
You can add a top coat if you would like. Then you will add 3M strips to the back and hang to the wall.
All finished! Let me know if you have any questions!