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This All NEW Fluid-Art Top Down Vase Pour Technique shares my trick on how to pour over any vase that has the top opening that is Smaller than the widest point in the middle of the vase.
Watch the video all the way through and you will see the trick I use so the vase is always in the UP-Right direction. It is so cool–I have done a bunch of searching and I haven’t seen anyone else doing this! I think I may be the first on this one! Whoohoo!
Thrift store Vase that has the top opening that is Smaller than the widest point in the middle.
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