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Chalkboard paint vase

Chalkboard paint vase

Vases using recycled board, chipboard, and making tape. Good idea for smaller models befor building the real thing.

Vases using recycled board, chipboard, and making tape. Good idea for smaller models befor building the real thing.

These are a great idea if you are good at craft or want to make something very unique for your event. Don't under estimate the amount of time it will take to complete though. Get your family, friends & work colleagues to start collecting jars & bottles as soon as you can and aim to complete a few each weekend, storing them carefully. Any you don't need can easily be recycled.

These are a great idea if you are good at craft or want to make something very unique for your event. Don't under estimate the amount of time it will take to complete though. Get your family, friends & work colleagues to start collecting jars & bottles as soon as you can and aim to complete a few each weekend, storing them carefully. Any you don't need can easily be recycled.

Repurposed/painted Mason jars. I used Lowes Milk Jar spray paint. Love the color, but wasn't too happy with the sprayer. Would try a different brand next time.

Repurposed/painted Mason jars. I used Lowes Milk Jar spray paint. Love the color, but wasn't too happy with the sprayer. Would try a different brand next time.

Put rubber bands around a vase, spray paint with metallic paint by rust oleum found at home depot. Possibly aluminum colored paint or stainless steel colored paint. Let dry, then take off rubber bands. Must try.

Put rubber bands around a vase, spray paint with metallic paint by rust oleum found at home depot. Possibly aluminum colored paint or stainless steel colored paint. Let dry, then take off rubber bands. Must try.

Terracotta krater - Greek/Attic - Archaic period, 750 – 735 B.C. - Found in Greece (Source: The Metropolitan Museum)  http://www.pinterest.com/effiethes/greek-pottery/

Terracotta krater - Greek/Attic - Archaic period, 750 – 735 B.C. - Found in Greece (Source: The Metropolitan Museum) http://www.pinterest.com/effiethes/greek-pottery/

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