Hey, hey there!
Today, I am sharing a rustic Autumn diy vase centerpiece with of course rit dye, and mod podge.
I wish it could be Fall all year round to be honest with you.
The smells, colors, weather, blue skies with the beautiful foliage here in the Carolina’s is just breathtaking.
Well anyhow, it’s not, and I do like the season change and suppose would get tired if it were the same all year round.
Are you surprised at the supplies?
I didn’t think so.
I suppose soon I have to start getting on another kick of something.
I did this vase a little different in that I added these foam stick on letters to spell autumn.
Now my first thought was to remove them as soon as the vase was dry and then you would see autumn spelled in the glass.
I tried that and it removed some of the mod podge and rit dye work of art I had painted.
So I decided to add them back and just paint over them.
I really love the Cocoa brown color.
It looks like leather when dried.
After my first coat of cocoa brown dried,
I did go over it again with a smidge of sunshine orange.
Close up of embellishments
cinnamon sticks and ribbon found at hobby lobby.
Looks a bit rustic worn and leather like.
Thanks for joining me today.
You can also check out my GALLERY of RIT dye projects and see what other experiments I have had.
Thank you so much for visiting with me today.
If you are new here, I am also very excited to share my new stencil line with you.
Farmhouse/rustic stencil line by Debbiedoo’s HERE
Thank you for your visit today!
I share all things, thrifty home decor, crafts and a recipe or two on occasion.
If you would like to commit to becoming a subscriber, I would love for you to join me.
Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions
Very pretty, Debbie! I like how the letters add some dimension, so I think it worked out that they wound up staying on.
[email protected] Stroll Thru Life
This is so clever. I love the letters, they look wonderful. Very pretty. Hugs, Marty
I think Rit dye should hire you and put all your projects together to tell everyone about what you do. Everything you do is beautiful!
They actually have hired me to do some work for them! Been great fun.:)
I love that you can turn cheap glass into a work of art. It looks expensive now. The vase is Beautiful!!!
Thanks Dee…it is so easy to hop on over to the dollar tree and pick up a few vases and experiment. You never know what you come up with.
this looks awesome! I like the colors of Autumn and miss it the most when we travel
I love this! Good save on the letters too. I have never seen those foam letters…the sky is the limit with those!
SheilaG @ Plum Doodles
The vase is beautiful, Debbie. You are the Rit Dye Master. 🙂
Very cute Debbie…love the color and love how you have it filled!
Jane's Adventures in Dinner
So gorgeous-you truly are the queen of craft C:
You’ve done it again….BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!! Who would think you could do so much with Rit Dye. Good job, as always…
What a great vase Debbie, Hail the Queen of Dye!!!
HI Debbie Dear! You are the most clever one! I love this and it looks like a high end piece from some pricey shop! Hope you’re doing well, friend.
Be a sweetie,
Pam @ diy Design Fanatic
Love it Debbie! You are quite the crafty lady!
Oh that looks wonderful! It does look like leather. Perfect for fall!
Gorgeous Debbie. I really came out so nice. Perfect vase for fall.
I love it, Debbie! I think this Rit Dye project is my favourite so far. I love the rustic look of it, and the cinnamon really tops it off. I’ll have to pin this one.
This color is my favorite so far.
Love it. I’m going to try this.
Looking good Debbie … you are getting very creative with Rit dye. Adding the letters was a good idea.
I love it!!
Sooo pretty!!! That looks amazing with the dye! Fall is my favorite too!
Awesome! I actually thought it was wood when I saw the first picture!