Fun DIY Face Vase With Puffy Paint

Fun DIY Face Vase With Puffy Paint
This creative vase from athomeinlove.com resembles of a face! To make it you’ll need a vase that looks kind of like a head, white spray paint, a pencil, white puff paint. Start by spray painting the vase white, using multiple thin coats. Once the paint is dry, lightly draw your face with pencil. You can... 
MORE PICTURES

Cute And Simple DIY Oslo Bud Vases

Cute And Simple DIY Oslo Bud Vases
These bud vases are the perfect touch of clean modern and, bonus, require a very small budget to fill.  Keeping fresh flowers is easy when you only have to buy one stem at a time. You will need plaster, a plastic cylinder mold with lid, glass vials, a wooden disk, E6000, glass test tubes, craft... 
MORE PICTURES

DIY Sea-Inpired Vase Wrapped With Rope

DIY Sea-Inpired Vase Wrapped With Rope
We continue spoiling you with cute seaside crafts that will make you think of your beach vacation, the previous one or the coming one. Today it’s a vase craft from LoveAndMarriage blog, you’ll need a glass vase, hot glue and gun, decorative rope and scissors. Add hot glue to the bottom of the vase and... 
MORE PICTURES

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... 
MORE PICTURES

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... 
MORE PICTURES

DIY Concrete Honey Bear Vase

DIY Concrete Honey Bear Vase
Need a cute and fun vase? We’ve got a brilliant idea for you! You’ll need 3 cups of Quikrete 5000 Concrete, 1 honey bear bottle, one 3/4 inch wide by 12 inch high piece of PVC pipe, water, duct tape, shovel/stick to mix the concrete, a large container, pliers, wire cutters, and blade to peel... 
MORE PICTURES