Beautiful Vase / February 25, 2019 / Avalynn Bowman
Vases input flavor to any home that is suffering from a lack of decorative pieces. Although a few vases are very expensive, depending on the detail, time period, and material they are created with, nearly all vases are inexpensive. Vases can be bought to stand individually to an existing space if a variation of fashion within the dwelling. The many makers of art and creativity throughout history has led to a vast array of styles, colors, shapes, sizes, and subscribing making them obtainable in any form one can think of. In short, vases provide the spice to the existing fashion without requiring the cost of a price tag that is too substantial. Numerous vases are offered in thrift stores and other small shops; you don't know, you could just be buying a very valuable vase that the store owner was not aware of.
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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