how nifty - rubber bands wrapped around the vases, then spray it with the craft spray that etches the glass remove bands. (easy)
Rubber bands wrapped around vases, then spray with craft spray that etches the glass. Remove bands.
This is brilliant- rubber bands wrapped around the vases, then spray it with the craft spray that 'etches' the glass & remove bands. (easy)
Rubber bands wrapped around the vases, then spray it with glass etching spray instead of spray paint & remove bands. (easy)
This is brilliant- rubber bands wrapped around the vases, then spray it with the craft spray that 'etches' the glass & remove bands.
Ring rubberbands around glass vases / candle holders. Spray paint frost. Remove bands. Love it! I think it may be pretty sweet to do this for favors, but instead of using votives, pour candle wax inside and make candles with these.
The vases I made for my Pay it Forward 2012 - easy to do All I did was use rubber bands and a *GLASS* spray paint to frost them.
Corn Vase - Wrap the can with rubber bands. Then remove the husks from corn and simply slide the corn cobs in standing them upright. Cover the rubber bands with twine!!! How easy was that? Now fill with fall flowers like dahlias, mums, berries and asters!
Crafting with Kids
Lanterns: The girls made the lanterns at camp. They just took those jars, put stickers on and then sprayed the glass with a spray paint to "frost" it, then removed the stickers. Then they wrapped wire tight around the mouth of the jars and added ribbon to make it cute. Inside is just a battery operated little tea light. Easy peasy and very cute.
Painted Mummy Masons Get wrapped up with these mummified Mason jars that require little more than spray paint and rubber bands. Get the tutorial at It All Started With Paint.
Christmas Craft Inspirations
DiY Indian Corn Vase ::: Wrap a can with rubber bands. Then remove the husks from corn and simply slide the corn cobs in standing them
Opaque Striped Vases - Easy and Effective - DIY Home Decor Project made with rubber bands from ruffledblog.com
DIY table number centerpieces. Put letter stickers on regular glass dollar tree vases and then spray paint. After the paint dries remove the stickers. Put a candle inside to light up the number.
How to rag roll your hair- First, dampen the bottom of your hair (the part you plan to roll) using a spray bottle. Next, separate a section of hair and twist it around one strip of fabric. Then, tie the fabric strip in place and repeat until the entire bottom section of your hair is rolled. After that, all you have to do is sleep on your rag rolls and remove them in the morning for pretty curls!
Diaper Bouquet~diapers are rolled around wooden skewers and secured with clear rubber bands, and then pushed into a foam ball which is hidden and wedged into the vase. Accent with tulle. Isn't it pretty?
How to remove the cap from the Swiffer Wet-Jet cleaner bottle...then you can refill it with homemade solution!
Fall craft/decoration consisting of old vases, brown/red beans, popcorn, and split peas. Layer in the glass in any order and rest candle on top. I cut fake leaves in various sizes, hot glued them to the vases and tied a bow around them with twine. Cheap and easy craft for less than $10!
Cheap glasses, rubber bands, and frost spray paint. Place rubber bands how you want, then use Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass spray paint, waiting 2 min in between coats. Once dry you will want to use a sealer to make it water resistant. You can use Krylon Matte Finish Spray or Krylon Crystal Clear Acrylic Coating.
1. Spray paint with a color. Let dry. 2. Wrap in rubber bands. 3 Spray paint again with a second color. 4. Let dry and remove bands!
How to Make Cauliflower Taste as Good as French Fries || "The trick is to use a very hot oven, around 450-500 degrees. Covering the cauliflower for the first 15 minutes steam cooks it. Then when you remove the foil the high heat browns and caramelizes it, giving the cauliflower a slightly crisp texture and complex flavor that is irresistible."
HOW TO CUT A BOTTLE WITHOUT USING A GLASS CUTTER : wrap a piece of string that has been soaked in nail polish remover 3x around the bottle on the spot where you would like it to break off. Light the string with a match, rotating the bottle to keep the fire going around. Then quickly submerge the bottle into icy cold water and watch it break apart cleanly! (see photo instructions).