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  • Misti U'Ren

    Rubber bands wrapped around the vases, then spray it with glass etching spray instead of spray paint & remove bands. (easy) very cool idea

  • Candice Garcia Torres

    X- Dollar store glass vases, rubber bands, and either glass spray paint or spray glass etching paint.

  • Andi Tanti

    Wrap Rubber bands around the vases, then spray it with frosted glass spray paint. Dollar Store vase, dollar store rubber bands, paint from Lowe's total cost: $6. Super easy and cute.

  • Jessica Blanton

    rubber bands wrapped around the vases, then spray it with the craft spray that 'etches' the glass & remove bands. (easy) Can also use a 'frosted glass' spray paint

  • Miranda Mapes

    Craft Idea, thinking about it for flower vases I have laying around. easy to do use rubber bands and a *GLASS* spray paint to frost them. Inexpensive, easy and a really great finish.

  • Chloé Marcanti

    décoration, DIY, craft. Rubber bands and frosty glass spray paint

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