Decoupage Vase for Valentines Day
Recycle those plain vases that come from the florist into a special Valentine gift. You can create and give it as it is or fill with with flowers for that special person. You may also be able to find some of these vases at your local Dollar Store. You can also use this idea for Mother’s Day.
250 million roses are grown just for Valentine’s Day!Red roses are said to be Venus’ (the Roman goddess of love) favorite flower. Source We Are Teachers – 14 Valentine’s Day Fun Facts for Kids
- Clear Glass Vase
- Tissue Paper, red, pink, white etc.
- Mod Podge
- Foam brush
- Gold braid
- Cut tissue paper into various size pieces.
- Coat a portion of the glass with Mod Podge.
- Apply tissue paper in random patterns on the wet mod podge and coat with another layer of the solution. Continue until vase is covered.
- Let Dry.
We decided a little gold braid around the top and tied into a bow around the neck added something a little special. Use the shape of your vase to determine how you would like to decorate it.
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Step it up and design flowers with pipe cleaners and tissue or water and paints.