Easy and temporary DIY Vinyl Firework Vases – a festive 4th of July craft!
I decided that it was finally time to do some summer decorating this week. I am a little embarrassed to admit that the picture frame in our entry way still has a spring print in it. My first summer decor project? I decorated a couple extra vases sitting around with some fireworks!
Using my Silhouette, I chose design #10596. I liked the little dots. Then, I prepped the vase by cleaning it with rubbing alcohol. After cutting out the design on scrap pieces of vinyl in red, white and blue (of course), I used transfer paper to move the design over to the vase. With all these little circles, make sure to rub the design well for both transfers.
It is subtle, but I like the special little touch they add to the other plain vases. I also like them because I can easy take off the vinyl after the 4th of July without much expense wasted and maybe decorate for the next holiday.
Plus, this is perfect for a 4th of July party. You could decorate a couple vases and use them as utensil holders, decorate a bowl for food presentation, or add to plastic glasses for guests. So many fun options and designs you could do.