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  • Jody Powell Hansen

    This candle holder, or vase, is so easy and looks like it would be fun and fast to make. Get a clear, tall glass vase. Place rubber band around it, forming the design that you want on the vase. Spray paint the whole vase covering the rubberbands. After you let the paint dry remove the rubber bands you should have very clear distinct lines! I really like the look of this light silver. rubberband.jpg (467×700)

  • Amanda Brandmire

    DIY : Striped Vases.. designed with rubber band or twine & white spray paint.. as Tea Light luminaries, candle holder or a flower vase.

  • Elisete Sosnowski

    clear glass vases or candle holders, take rubber bands and wrap them on the glass, spray paint, let dry, then remove! Cool idea!

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Use $3 glasses, rubber bands, and spray paint to make a beautiful candle holder