10/31 | DIY Fall Inspired Luminaries

Fall is here and the weather in Tennessee has finally cooled down. These fall mornings are what I live for and to celebrate it, I wanted to make another fun luminary! These are paint drip luminaries with Americana Multi-Surface and thick jute rope. Can you believe a huge roll of this jute rope was only 7 dollars? Those craft store coupons sure do pay off. Let me share with you this fun DIY today.

Supplies : Americana Multi-Surface | Vases | Industrial Glue | Jute Rope | LED Lights
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Step 1 : Simply let the paint drip down your vase. I went with this fun candy corn color pattern. The possibilities are endless!
Step 2 : Apply some industrial glue to the bottom of the vase, hold your jute twine down on your glue for 30 seconds to set the glue, and wrap about 1/4 way up the vase.
Step 3 : Once ready to secure the top down, apply some industrial glue to the area and hold for another 30 seconds. I love the added affect of the jute rope. It’s perfect for any fall decor!
Step 4 : Once the paint dries, add a LED light and enjoy! You could also use these to hold flowers as a fall inspired vase.

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What colors are you going to put in your fall inspired luminaries? This is a great project for anyone that loves candy corn and wants to see it in their decor. If you enjoyed this DIY luminary, be sure to check out our DIY Cityscape Luminaries for more inspiration.

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