how nifty - rubber bands wrapped around the vases, then spray it with the craft spray that etches the glass 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. (easy)
This is brilliant- rubber bands wrapped around the vases, then spray it with the craft spray that 'etches' the glass & remove bands.
Rubber bands wrapped around the vases, then spray it with glass etching spray instead of spray paint & remove bands. (easy)
Rubber bands, spray paint and glass vases
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.
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.
use rubber bands and a glass spray paint to frost them. Inexpensive, easy and a really great finish.
Opaque Striped Vases - Easy and Effective - DIY Home Decor Project made with rubber bands from ruffledblog.com
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!
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.
Cheap Glass, Rubber bands, Frosted Spray Paint = Frosted Tea Light Centerpiece! Simple!
wine bottles, rubber bands and spray paint.
Rubber bands + frosted spray paint
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.
Lanterns: wrap punched paper around glass vases.