Cheap Glass, Rubber bands, Frosted Spray Paint = Frosted Tea Light Centerpiece! Simple!
Rubber bands + frosted spray paint
glass, rubber bands & spray paint
Rubber bands and frosty glass spray paint
Rubber bands, spray paint and glass vases
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.
Dollar Store Vase with rubber bands and spray paint :)
wine bottles, rubber bands and spray paint.
use rubber bands and a glass spray paint to frost them. Inexpensive, easy and a really great finish.
These mason jar lanterns are adorable and so easy to make! First spray paint a mason jar (we used a Quart Size Jar) with frosted glass spray paint. Apply 3-4 coats of the frosted glass spray paint. Once the paint is dry, apply the vinyl decal. Then wrap some heavy gauge wire around your jar to create a handle, and embellish with ribbon. Add a tea light and your done. These would make adorable table decorations for your Thanksgiving or Christmas
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.
wine bottles, rubber bands and spray paint - I love this!
This is brilliant- rubber bands wrapped around the vases, then spray it with the craft spray that 'etches' the glass & remove bands. (easy)
how nifty - rubber bands wrapped around the vases, then spray it with the craft spray that etches the glass remove bands. (easy)
Frosted glass look. Just create your own shape with contact paper...stick it on...spray with frosted glass spray paint...then peel of your