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Crystal Embellished Believe Vase

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Jazz up your home decor with this Crystal Embellished Believe Vase. It's one the easiest crafts around. You can take your plain glass vase and turn it into a dazzling accent piece for any room in your house. Pick a word that has a special meaning to you and draw it on the side. Once you've added a few crystals you'll have a stunning piece of DIY home decor to put anywhere. With a bit of sparkle, this vase will add a touch of glam to any room you put it in.

Crystal Embellished Believe Vase

Materials:

  • Elmer’s CraftBond® precision embellishment glue
  • Elmer’s painters pens in color of  your choice (white used on this project)
  • Glass vase, cylinder shape 
  • Various sized crystals
  • Tweezers

Instructions:

  1. With the Elmer’s Painters Pen, write a word in cursive on the vase, vertically. Laying the vase on its side on a tabletop can make this process easier. You can freestyle the word or use a flexible stencil.  Allow to dry.
     
  2. Add thicker details to the letters using the Elmer’s Paint Pen. Allow to dry.
     
  3. Add dots of Elmer’s CraftBond® Embellishment Glue to the vase where crystals should be applied.
     
  4. Use the tweezers to add crystals to the dots of Elmer’s CraftBond® Embellishment Glue. Allow to dry for at least 30 minutes.

    Crystal Embellished Belive Vase
     
  5. If you get glue on the glass by accident, wipe away with a damp paper towel. If the glue has dried, use a razor blade to remove it. Draw the wording with a permanent marker onto the glass before using the Painters Pen if you are concerned about getting the cursive writing correct. Use a darker Painters Pen to cover the permanent marker markings. Use glass cleaner and a soft towel to clean the vase before use.
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dec 18, 2013

very pretty

 

Dec 17, 2013

Beautiful gift idea!

 

191 Ratings

Dec 15, 2013

Looks very interesting! and pretty!

 

Dec 15, 2013

this is a different sort of project. cool looking.

 

Dec 15, 2013

This is cool. Wonder if this would be a good rainy day project for my grandkids.

 

Dec 15, 2013

how cute

 

Dec 14, 2013

so pretty, they would be good for a special event as the centerpieces..

 

Dec 14, 2013

I do believe it is the case, With these directions I can make this vase!

 

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