Beautiful Vase / February 1, 2019 / Lindsey Spencer.
For this project we used green pine tree gel clings, and just like our frosty looking blue snowman and snowflake gel cling vases, can be displayed alone or grouped together in 3s using other glass vases of various heights. Showcase your once ordinary and now beautiful vase or vases on a fireplace mantel, bookcase, and coffee table, or perhaps on a dining room table as a conversation striking centerpiece.
First, you have to assemble the tools: string, sand paper, matches, lighter fluid (acetone nail polish remover works too!) and plenty of empty beer or wine bottles. This is an art form that takes a few tries to get right so be sure you have extra bottles to practice with.
The teacher thought about this and laughed a little. "Of course it will not hold real water. It is only a drawing," she said. "My vase cannot hold water, because it is cracked," explained the little boy. Wide brown eyes met the teacher's gaze. She followed his finger to trace the carefully drawn fissures that nearly split the vase in two. "My parents argue all the time," continued the little boy. "I know that it is not my fault, but our vase if broken. As long as it is broken, we cannot put the beautiful flowers in it, because they will die."
Supplies: Tall glass vase (if you do not already have one, thrift stores sell all different sizes and shapes for just pennies) , 1 Package of Gel Decorations, AKA Gel Clings Green pine trees. If using a few vases, I would recommend trying different patterns with your gel clings for more visual interest. 1 Package of Blanket Snow, bright white , 1 Package of Snow Flurries , Small pine cones
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