DIY: Halloween Glass Blocks and Canisters

October 31, 2018

 

We love quick and easy and when it comes to adding Halloween to countertops, nothing is easier than this project.

Materials

 

Instructions

Shine up the container!! And unpack your window clings!

 

Be gentle when removing the clings, they can tear themselves apart!

 

 

 

Please don’t stress about spacing as you go. Do your best but leave exact precision for baking!

 

Add purple LED lights and plug them into the nearest outlet!  (A wiser person, might have installed the clings so that the opening of the glass block was on the bottom of the project!  Better planning next time!)

 

We love this type of project, we decorated and lit a cannister to accent a kitchen countertop.

The process is the same!  (And takes about as long!)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Shellie
Aside from throwing dinner parties that feature at least two kinds of cheese dip, Shellie's passions include travel, Mid-Century Modern furnishings and finding the perfect street taco. Has been known to snort laugh champagne.

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