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How to decorate a glass vase?

Posted by orie (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 4, 07 at 9:22

Hi all- I usually post in the kitchen or decorating forum but today I need you guys! I'm looking for a Carol Duvall episode. She had a guest decorate a glass vase with torn paper (possibly some kind of tissue or mulberry paper). It is decoupaged on and then turned into a lamp. I'd love to see a video of it so I can check out the paper used. I am unsure if I can get the video on the HGTV site but maybe the directions will give me a hint. Have any of you seen it? I did search on the HGTV site but came up empty. I think it aired last year or the year before. I'm just hoping some of you know what I'm talking about or saw the show. Thanks!!!! Orie


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RE: How to decorate a glass vase?

Orie, so sorry that I can't help. Not sure what the look is that you are going for, but I imagine you could use tissue paper, especially if you wanted a frosted glass look. Good luck in your search. Luvs


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RE: How to decorate a glass vase?

Not sure about the HGTV episode but I found these instructions
for doing a vase using tissue paper. Hope it helps. I have used
this method on a lamp shade and it came out pretty good.
http://www.frugalbride.com/fallcentrepiece.html

Here is a link that might be useful: Decoupage Vase


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