My craft for today is a project where you can use those cute glass bottles you get when you buy specialty drinks like the small green Perrier bottles.
Here's what it will look like when finished:
Here's what you'll need: glass bottles, acrylic paint, painter's tape (different widths), a paper punch(I used a flower)
Removable Adhesive (can find at Michael's or office supply store)
Hole punch or you can freehand a design with a pair of scissors and a large width painter's tape
First, take your paper punch and punch out your decorations, I chose a flower. Use your Removable Adhesive and apply it to your decoration. Apply this to a clean and dry glass bottle. Use Painter's tape to block off areas you don't want to color.
Next, paint on the acrylic paint with a brush
When the paint is dry, carefully remove the paper decoration and the Painter's Tape.
Next, take your wide strip of Painter's Tape and tape it to your clothing and remove, do this several times. This will make it less sticky so you can insert it in your paper punch easily and it will not stick to it. Punch out holes with your paper punch and apply it to the bottle.
Apply paint inside the holes:
Let dry and peel off the tape, place some pretty silk flowers and wah-lah! a pretty little vase you made yourself!
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