Halloween Glass Vases Glass block vases become one-of-a-kind Halloween centerpieces with die cuts and spooky scrapbook paper (available at crafts stores). To make, use spray adhesive to attach the papers; (spray the back of the paper, not the glass, to avoid streaks). Place sand and tapered candles inside the vase for a haunting glow.
We had a gift exchange at our weSTAMP Christmas party. This is the gift I made for the exchange. I added the "Jingle All the Way" Decor Elements to the glass block. On the inside, I put a small strand of white lights and some inexpensive white tinsel that I found at Target.
This Krafty Blok Glass Block from Diamond Tech is versatile and with a little creativity can be turned into a bank, decorative lighting, bookends, vase and more. The block measures 7 1/2" x 3 1/8" x 7 1/2". There is a 4 3/8" x 1" opening on the top and it comes with a plastic topper. $11.99
"Sweet Baby Girl" lighted glass block - made for a friend baby that's on the way! She's decorating the room in ivory/white, pearls and lace so I created this night light to compliment the rest of the room. Supplies from Hobby Lobby and Michael's. Used a pink night light bulb to provide softer lighting.
Illuminated Glass Block with Shells, Glass Block glass drill bit strand of 50 lights raffia hot glue gun shells. Drill 1/2" hole in back of glass block clean and dry the inside. Sepearte 2 sections of raffia glue each with hot glue. Glue various shells on top. Stuff lights into glass block. Use untwisted coat hanger to help position lights inside! , Home Decor Project