Recycling a Glass Jar into a Beautiful Flower Vase.

in #hive-1896412 days ago

Hi,👋

I'm back with a new post where I'll show how I recycled a glass jar into a beautiful flower vase using glue, glitter and lace.

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The whole thing is my original idea as I didn't follow anything while doing this work. If this looks similar to anything on the web then you should know that there can be like minded peoples around the world 🤣.
Let's see how I did this recycle work.

Equipment's:

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I needed the glass jar that I was about to throw away, some glitters, a lace, both sided tape and glue.

Steps to follow:

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This is the glass jar that I made into the flower vase. At first I removed the stickers from it.

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Then I used the glass cleaner and I tried to clean the glass using a tissue as the glass was kind of oily as it stayed in the kitchen for a very long time.

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Then I added some glue on all over the glass on the outside and then I rubbed the glue by my finders and smoothen the glue on the glass.

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Now its time to attach the glitters to the glass.

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I poured some glitters on that part of the glass when the remaining's fell down automatically.

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Then I poured some more glitters on the paper and I rolled the glass full of glue on the glitters so that the glitters get attached to the glass automatically without my touch.

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And they did. The glass was covered with glitters on all over although I had to attach more glitters later using more glue as the previous glue got wet soon.

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Now its time to attach the lace using both sided tape.

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Both the lace and the tape were in same size (0.5 inch) so it was easier to tape the lace on the glass jar. I needed to cut the lace in as many pieces as I want taking a measurement from the glass jar.

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Then I attached the laces in this curvy way at first and I attached 8 pieces of laces like this.

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And then I attached 2 more pieces on the top and at the bottom of the glass jar and this was the ending of this work.

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I used that plastic flowers on it to show how it can be used although later I used another of my DIY flowers on it that I may show in the next post.

I'm not regular using recycled this like this. This is my first time and I'm really happy about it.
I may show more of my recycled work later.

No more today, I'll talk more later with another craft soon.
BYE BYE.

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