Aren’t these recycled coffee jar vases sweet? (Snowflake and all in the middle of summer?) And they look so great holding wild flowers, cuttings from the garden that you’re rooting, or even candles of course. We made these recycled jar vases using the tissue paper that we printed on last week, here, and some mod podge.
If you make something really precious, do use a glue that holds up under exposure to water, namely something like Paverpol (which is actually a fabric stiffener but is good for all decoupage applications) or possibly mod podge outdoor, which given the name sounds like it’s more water friendly.
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