Beautiful Vase / February 9, 2019 / Arielle Salas
The little boy put the crayons back in his desk, put the chair back at the teacher's desk, and walked toward the door. "Thank you for letting me use your chair, I could not get there on my own," said the little boy. "How do you like my sunflower?"
When working with glass vases, always be sure to clean your vase prior to starting your project. Unwanted fingerprints and other blemishes can ruin the results pretty quickly. Begin by adhering the pine tree gel clings to the outside bottom of your glass vase. Be sure to space the gel clings evenly around the vase creating a border. Repeat the same step again to create a second border right above your first layer (for photos see below). Next, begin layering the inside of the vase starting with snow flurries, then a layer of bright white blanket type snow, and finish with small pine cones towards the top of the vase, leaving 2 inches of UN-layered space (for photos see below).
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