I didn't take the time to stage them with the flowers and stuff because I was just so excited to share them with you. So here is what you need to make your own, and a few tips that Martha didn't give you!
Mirror like spray paint (your Michaels employee will probably tell you they don't carry it, they are good at that, but they DO carry it) In my store it's back by the glass paints on the very bottom shelf, yep, they hid it pretty well but we (my huband and I, don't think my Michaels employee made any effort) found it. By the way, it's about $12 a can so make sure you have one of those 40% off coupons!
Thrifted gladd vases. I like the look of the complete cylinder ones but you can use any shape you like
Spray bottle with water
Paper to wrap the outside of the vase- tape something around the outside to keep any extra paint from getting on the wrong side. If you choose to skip this, just bring a damp rag to wipe it up as you go. I started with the paper then decided I wanted to see better and switched to the rag.
Get yourself somewhere ventilated to start, this stuff is very stinky. With short bursts, rotate the vase as you spray a thin layer inside your clean vase. You will most likely get a small pool of paint at the bottom of the vase. Turn your case sideways and roll that extra paint around inside to get a thin even coat. Let it dry for about 2 minutes then repeat three or four times.
When it looks pretty covered take your water bottle and lightly spritz a bit of water inside (this makes the mirror look a bit worn and antiqued). Set them upside down on some paper towel to dry over night.
Once they are dry, spray one or two more light coats. Enjoy!