It is officially SPRING! Spring means getting out of that hibernation state of mind and getting busy. Spring cleaning, yard work, and most importantly….projects!!!
Today, since I am in the thick of ripping out old tile, I thought I would share with you a project from my book. It is one of my favorite ones and is pretty easy to do. And while we are chatting about my book, why don’t we give away some copies?
I am going to give away 10 copies of my book, Natural Accents, to five different people! Each winner gets a copy for themselves and a copy to share with someone. All you need to do is share this post with a friend that you think would like this book. You can share it via facebook, twitter, or email.
To enter, simply comment below telling me who you shared this post with.
Giveaway will end March 31st, 2017
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Alright, let’s chat about this vase :)
You will need small pieces of driftwood, quick dry epoxy, and a glass bowl or vase.
Start out by gluing together a circle that can act as the base.
Then glue a layer of pieces vertically all around the vase.
Once the first layer is dry, you can go around again. Depending on the size and height of your glass bowl, you may need to do a third layer.
When you reach the top, add another circle to cap it off.
When all the epoxy is dry, you are ready to add some flowers! Peonies scream spring to me and the pale pink goes perfect with the grey tones in the wood.
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Don’t forget to enter to win some copies of my book and have a happy weekend. I hope it is full of fun and projects :)
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