Create this winter centerpiece using glass paint and $1 stickers – it’s so easy! You can fill it with leftover Christmas decor or anything you like.
Then I realized that I had a glass container that I could put the ornaments in – one that I had bought from the craft store this past fall because I liked the shape. Put those together with some glass paint and $1 stickers and you have this winter centerpiece!
You can use this on the table as a display for a party or winter wonderland wedding . . or add to a table or mantel for a winter decoration around your home. It was really fun and actually quick to make, minus the dry time. Here’s how I did it.
Easy DIY Winter Centerpiece
Gather These Supplies
- Glass container from the craft store
- Martha Stewart Glass Paint – Sterling (Metallic Opaque), Surf (Frost Translucent)
- $1 scalloped stickers
- Ornaments or something else to use as fill
Start by washing the glass with soap and then letting it dry completely. Paint the base with your metallic silver glass paint. This is going to take several coats, and you need to allow for dry time in between layers. But that’s okay, just work on some other projects in between!
Here’s a tip for using stickers with your glass paint: make sure the stickers remove from the glass easily! You don’t want really sticky stickers because you need be able to remove them quickly once you’ve painted.
Once you’ve made sure that the stickers are going to work, put them all around the glass vase. Then use the spouncer to apply glass paint. I went around once, then I went around the vase a second time.
Before the glass paint dries, remove the stickers. My stickers started peeling up (so handy!) . . . but you can also use a straight pin or tweezers to help you. Be very careful not to disturb the paint! Then let all of the paint dry.
If you like this winter craft idea, check out this ombre snowflake art: