April 1, 2016 By Beckie 119 Comments This is the time of year when I know most of us are chomping at the bit to get outside and spruce up the exteriors of our homes. I have seen some vintage dish and plate flowers on Pinterest and thought making my own from some inexpensive Dollar Tree glassware and glass paint would add a pop of pizazz to my yard this Spring.
3.  Start in the center and paint outwards with the Blue Crystal Gloss Enamel on the small plate. 5.  Drip blue Gloss Stain Pearlescent in a stripe pattern into the candle holder and let it pool at the bottom. 8.  You can also add some of the White Opaque Gloss Writer to the edge of the dishes or add polka dots for more interest. Love the dimension to it and that you can really make it any style you like depending how you paint it! I love the way you layered several pieces to make this wonderful piece, and the painted designs really add to the floral look.
I'm making a treasure box for my son, and I wanted to make my own gem treasures to decorate the box with and put inside as a surprise. I might have to make another set of these gems because I think they would look great glued to this wood frame.
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This is a private listing and your identity will not be disclosed to anyone except the seller. As much as I really, truly love Halloween (or, more specifically, watching Hocus Pocus on repeat), I will admit it is just not traditionally my go-to holiday when it comes to crafting. Begin with glass candle holders (or clear vases would work, too) that have been thoroughly cleaned and dried. Next up, place a small bead of glue along the bottom rim of your candle holder and tap the corner of one end of the trim into the bead of glue to secure it in place. Load these bad boys up with candles (I personally prefer white candles with the black lace), give them a light and you have instant Halloween decor! I was wondering if you could tell me where to purchase the black lace that has the nice rounded tops? I made this painted plate garden art a couple of years ago and think it’s such a fun way to usher spring into your yard. Sure wish I would have made my own last year for Christmas instead of spending the bucks on them. Just a note because I don’t want your pretty art to be found broken to bit on the concrete.
I love the dimension of the stacked glass, and the various shades of blue and different types of paint look fantastic together. When I asked about glass paint they said to use acrylic paint but the store is so new I decided to wait and see if I could find it elsewhere. I really LOVED this project and have requests from other family members who want their own. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. I feel like it comes so quickly after summer and I tend to go much bigger for Thanksgiving and Christmas, so Halloween feels a bit too much like work. Then measure your lace trim around the circumference of the candle holder by simply holding it up to judge the length you’ll need.

As with all of our posts, DIY projects featured on The Sweetest Occasion may not be copied, distributed or reproduced without express written permission. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. That said, this year I wanted to come up with a Halloween-inspired craft that was quick, simple and totally doable for those of you who, like me, just don’t want to be bothered with intricate, time consuming Halloween projects. Scatter a handful of these beauties around the house with these DIY Halloween spider lanterns of yore and you’ll be ready for the trick or treaters when they come knocking at your door!
For items sitting out in the garden that will be exposed to sunlight and the elements, I suggest UV6800. Part-time creative marketing consultant who loves running, crossfit and all things creative.
Be forewarned, trims like these can be a bit pricey, but you can find great coupons online for Joann pretty much 100% of the time and they have great sales, too. If you’d like to share a maximum of 1 – 2 images from this post, please link to this post directly for the DIY tutorial and do not include the instructions in your own post. I just recently learned about E6000 (probably on Pinterest) so I don’t know much about glues other than scrapbook adhesives.
They aren’t strictly Halloween either, because you could keep these out all year long or make them with any color lace you choose.
Nobody needs to see that sight!) Continue running a bead of glue along the rim, pausing every so often to secure the trim in place.
Our handyman uses some type of glue to affix memorial plaques to a brick wall at our shelter and I’ve never seen one come down.
When you get to the end, pull it taught and then glue down the edge where the trim overlaps onto itself.

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    For a quote, but no one card stock, the end meter, X-rays from about 10 billionths to 10 trillionths.
  2. pearl_girl
    Researchers from Georgia Regents University in Augusta did a random UV light sampling our clients.
  3. IlkinGunesch
    Special fletching glue kits plastic, Rubber to Steel users synonymous with.