Test tubes aren’t only for various researches, you may use them for a ton of crafts in your home! Today we are sharing the coolest things you may create for your house using test tubes: vases and spice holders. Let’s take a look at these DIYs.
Instead of cluttering up a cabinet with your most used spices, put them on display with this test tube spice rack! Get the free plans and tutorial at The Handyman’s Daughter! The result is a stylish stained wooden rack with test tubes that are marked with letters and with cork lids to keep them in order. Read the tutorial and enjoy crafting.
Here’s a test tube spice rack that will easily hold all of your spices. If your kitchen is short on counter space, moving the spices out of the cupboard and onto the wall is a great bonus. This wooden rack holds lots of test tubes with cork lids and you may place any spices inside – the test tubes aren’t marked at all, if you want, you may add some.
Test tube spice racks can be bought from many stores, but why spend hundreds of dollars when you can DIY with less than one hundred dollars? This spice rack project is quick and easy that you only need a few hours to make it. You can use any excess timber you might have from previous projects as long as it can hold all the test tubes that you need to put. Enjoy cooking even more by turning your kitchen into a lab with this DIY test tube spice rack!
This stylish and chic rack isn’t placed on the wall, it can be placed on the table. It holds lots of test tubes and what I like is that the author used copper lids instead of cork ones to make these herb tubes – such lids give a cute and refined look to the test tubes. Such a spice rack can be also a nice gift for those who love cooking – it’s awesome!
Here’s a test tube spice rack with a strong rustic feel. The spice rack is done with a shabby chic wooden box and large test tubes that are closed with corks – the names of the spices are written right on these corks. Decorate or stain your wooden box as you like and enjoy the resulting look.
Got some pallet wood? Then make this cool spice rack using test tubes! This rack is made of pallet wood and the test tubes are placed comfortably with a wooden grid to hold them tightly. Read how to make this pallet wood box, decorate it as you like to match your kitchen decor and enjoy!
Test tube chandeliers are usually used for some occasions – parties, weddings or if you are going for one, it’s gonna be a bold decoration. This adorable DIY test tube chandelier would be the perfect addition to any wedding. The great thing about this DIY is that you can take it home and display it after the wedding! I totally love its look with lots of greenery – so modern and boho! Keep reading for the full step-by-step.
If you like rainbow decor, this bright rainbow chandelier will be a bold and chic idea. Take test tubes and start crafting but keep in mind that any time you are working with used laboratory glassware, you need to know what it was used for and how it was handled to feel safe. Decide on the design of your chandelier and rock as many colorful test tubes as you want.
If you love bright colors, it’s high time to enjoy bright and bold colors making a cool test tube chandelier. Such a bright chandelier will be a bold statement in your space, it will be definitely a conversation starter. The chandelier has a round design and there are lots of colors, if you like, you may choose various combos. Enjoy!
Here’s a cute boho chic potpourri holder – a piece made of reclaimed wood and decorated with white paint in tribal patterns. Drill some holes and insert your test tubes there, then fill them as you like – inserting a single bloom, a single leaf, placing some spices or some tea with delicious smells. The tutorial will tell you how to make such a holder easily and fast. Enjoy!
This DIY isn’t about decor, it’s about favors – party favors, wedding favors or any other. The craft is pretty simple: it’s an idea to use clean test tubes to serve edible favors for anyone you want. It can be honey, hot cocoa mixes, herbal tea or coffee beans and much more. If it’s honey, you can also directly fill the tubes with honey instead of using honey sticks. Add fun tags and enjoy!