Dollar Tree Crafts: Gold Glitter Autumn Vase DIY

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 Gold Glitter Autumn Vase DIY
This gold glittery vase is the perfect Autumn craft.  It is warm and bright and can carry over to Christmas decor too!  I love glitter.  This works for any theme, just change out the flowers!  The best part is that these fun supplies are available at Dollar Tree !  I've got one super close to my house and I love it...I shop there all the time.  Let me show you how to decorate for Autumn on the cheap!  I love Halloween decorations that aren't creepy or gross.  This glitter vase is perfection!
 You will need:
Glass hurricane vase (or other glass vase)
Gold glitter
Mod Podge
Styrofoam ball
Autumn flowers and leaves
Ceramic pumpkins
 Mix 1 entire bottle of Mod Podge to 1 shaker bottle of gold glitter
I mixed them up in a disposable bucket or container.
Then use a paint brush to brush the glitter paint onto the outside of the hurricane vase.  Let it dry, then paint again.  Let it dry and paint a third time.
This makes it so the glitter covers the glass, so every part sparkles.
 Let it dry completely.  Put a little hot glue on the inside of the vase, right at the bottom.
Then put the styrofoam ball right inside.
 Let it cool then fill with Autumn leaves, florals and sprigs.  It would look great filled with sticks too!
 I love the visible thickness of glitter!
 Perfect decor for an Autumn tablescape or centerpiece!
Set it on a wood slice or just on the table!  Perfect for all Autumn long...and you could use the vase for Christmas too--just add new flowers.  I love the glazed ceramic pumpkins...I got lots of compliments on them.
Or add one of these ceramic skulls, they are the coolest!

And all this for about 12 bucks!  This is why I just love Dollar Tree!
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