Winter Vases With a Twist

Vases and candle holders can be SO expensive, ranging anywhere from $10 and up. With Christmas just passing, my husband would not be too pleased spending over $10 on a nick nack. So get┬áready for an amazing solution that takes minutes to make….really all the time I have these days!

Winter Vases Supplies

:: Glass Container
:: Rubberbands
:: White Spray Paint
:: Bags or Newspapers

DIY Steps

{Step 1} Grab an unused glass item and wrap with rubberbands in any pattern you would like.

{Step 2} Cover the area and spray paint a THIN coat across the glass.

{Step 3} Let dry at least 30 minutes until you take off the rubberbands.

{Step 4} Fill with decorative items and enjoy throughout the winter!

Project Cost

Paid $1.99 for the spray paint after 40% off coupon. I had a vase and decorative items around the house. It's a festive winter vase at the fraction of the price!

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Winter Vases With a Twist

Make a winter vase with a festive and elegant twist.

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Ingredients

  • Glass Container
  • Rubberbands
  • White Spray Paint
  • Bags or Newspapers

Instructions

  1. Grab an unused glass item and wrap with rubberbands in any pattern you would like.
  2. Cover the area and spray paint a THIN coat across the glass.
  3. Let dry at least 30 minutes until you take off the rubberbands.
  4. Fill with decorative items and enjoy throughout the winter!
by Savings Lifestyle: Emily on January 17, 2012

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