6 DIY Geometric Vases For Displaying Flowers Stylishly

6 DIY Geometric Vases For Displaying Flowers Stylishly
Geometric shapes are cool, trendy and suitable for many modern interiors, both feminine and masculine. We’ve told you a lot about various geometric decorations, and today we’ll have a look at vases. It’s almost spring and I’m sure that flowers will be one of the main decorations during this and next season, so a cool... 
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15 Trendy DIY Geometric Planters You Can Easily Make

15 Trendy DIY Geometric Planters You Can Easily Make
Geometric designs are getting more and more popular, and a couple of such furniture pieces and decorations will make your home super trendy. I’ve rounded up the easiest and the most necessary decorations that every home may need – planters! Geometric planters and pots are an awesome idea for anyone, they are easy to make,... 
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Eye-Catching DIY Terracotta Planter Restyling

Eye-Catching DIY Terracotta Planter Restyling
Painting and restyling usual vases and pots is one of the most popular crafts as it’s super easy and you can get a very personalized piece. Let’s take terracotta pots and turn them into cool and eye-catching ones! You’ll need planters, white spray paint, grey and yellow acrylic paint, paper tape, a black permanent marker... 
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Chic DIY Marble Air Plant Holder

Chic DIY Marble Air Plant Holder
Don’t you think that marble has a luxurious and chic look? You can get this look for your air plants for just a couple of dollars – just look the tutorial that Whydontyoumakeme blog had shared! Prepare two different colored oven-bake clays, an Xacto knife and a clay carving tool. Start by cutting each color... 
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Bright And Cheerful DIY Tissue Paper Vases

Bright And Cheerful DIY Tissue Paper Vases
These colorful bottles can become a great art piece or a super creative centerpiece for any occasion. The supplies are an empty wine bottle, 1 cup Baking soda, a bucket and hot water for removing labels, white enamel spray paint, rubbing alcohol, Mod Podge in Gloss, foam brushes, tissue paper. To get started, first you... 
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DIY Styrofoam Cone Succulent Planters

DIY Styrofoam Cone Succulent Planters
These cool colorful cone planters are designed as a summer display. The supplies are styrofoam cones, scalpel, wooden skewers, paint, dirt, symmetrical succulents, string, hot glue guns. Use your scalpel to carve out a well in the middle of the base of the cone. Take your wooden skewer and push it through the bottom of... 
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Cheerful DIY Color Blocked Wood Vases

Cheerful DIY Color Blocked Wood Vases
Color blocking is one of the hottest décor trends right now, so we offer you to make these cool color blocking vases that Sarahhearts blog had shared. You’ll need adhesive wood sheets, glass cylinder vases, craft paint and painter’s tape.  Cut the wood sheet to fit the height and circumference of your vase. Just wrap... 
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Pretty DIY Magnetic Geometric Clay Planters

Pretty DIY Magnetic Geometric Clay Planters
Geometrical pieces are amazingly trendy, so let’s make some cute little planters in such shapes. To make them you’ll need clay, a marker or something to make a hole, magnets, acrylic paint, tools to smooth and cut. Here are some notes: if you let the clay dry for a few hours before you start cutting... 
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DIY Tiny Peruvian Pots Inspired By Inca Calendar

DIY Tiny Peruvian Pots Inspired By Inca Calendar
We shared hundreds of ways of decorating planters and pots but this one is so original! It was inspired by Inca calendar and doesn’t require anything except for a couple of pots and sharpies. Divide the circumference of the pot in 12, and draw 12 squares. Look at examples of the Peruvian calendar online, and... 
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DIY Industrial Hanging Planter Of Metal

DIY Industrial Hanging Planter Of Metal
Industrial décor is popular today, and you can easily get a trendy décor piece for just a couple of dollars! You’ll need a container of some kind, either a thin metal or plastic, a hammer, a nail, wire, a drill, pliers with a wire cutter, 3/4″- 1″ dowel and soft measuring tape. First, measure the... 
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