Use this stunning DIY glass technique and save over $100 (on the Pottery Barn version)

Why spends tons of money shopping at specialty retail stores for your home goods when you can make your own versions for next to nothing? Next time you are looking for a creative way to display a bouquet, don't reach for Pottery Barn items. Instead, make your own!
This video tutorial shows you a simple glass technique that converts a regular glass container into a colorful vase. With just a few cheap materials, you can make eye-catching accents for your house in just about an hour's worth of time. Keep reading to find out how.
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Materials
1. Glass jug
2. Mod Podge
3. Food coloring
4. Spoon
5. Gloves
6. Oven
Directions
1. Gather your materials
Lay out your materials on a clean surface. Make sure you have an old rag or paper towel to wipe up any messes.
2. Mix
Open your container of Mod Podge. Squirt your favorite color of food coloring into the Mod Podge. Mix it up well.
3. Pour into glass
Once the mixture is complete, gently pour the colored Mod Podge into your glass container.
4. Spread mixture
Put on your gloves and turn your glass container around in all directions so that the mixture evenly coats the entire interior.
5. Bake
Place the glass in the oven and bake for one hour at 200 degrees Fahrenheit or 93 degrees Celsius. Carefully remove the jug from the oven. You'll notice that the opaque mixture has turned into a beautiful transparent color. Add your favorite flowers and display throughout your home.
Other tips
1. You don't have to limit yourself to blue. Choose your favorite color or a mixture of colors to go with the color scheme in your house!
2. While this video shows a wine jug, you can perform these steps on glass containers of any shape.
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3. Don't be afraid to experiment with patterns or textures. Rather than cover the whole jar in the mixture, you could coat only a portion of the jar for a unique look.
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