Stained Glass Vase DIY- add a splash of color to your Thanksgiving dinner with this fun technique!
It should come as no surprise, but one of my favorite things about the holidays is crafting! Thanksgiving is coming up in a few short days and you're probably finalizing your menu and table setting. Pre-made holiday centerpieces can be expensive, but luckily they're easy to DIY! This Stained Glass Vase DIY is fast and simple to make and all the supplies can be purchased at Michaels. Even the kids can join in on the fun!
Supplies needed for Stained Glass Vase DIY
(Everything you need for the project is available at Michaels)
Glass vases (smooth with no embossing work best)
Don't forget to check out my other easy seasonal crafts – very approachable for the beginner crafter!
Sharpie markers aren't just for paper crafts! Sharpie has markers that are specially formulated to work on wood, glass and even windows!
Starting at the bottom of the vase, apply the glue around the base. Apply a moderate amount of glue so there is enough to drip all the way down.
Place the vases upside down so the glue drips. Let dry.
Using the Sharpie markers, color in the vase. Don't worry about it being perfect- after it gets sprayed the colors will blend together.
Using a spray bottle, spritz rubbing alcohol all over the vase.
Apply glue at the top of the vase and let it drip down.
I didn't want colorful flowers to compete with the vase so I added some rosemary, lavender, and sage from my garden. As an added bonus, it smells amazing!
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