Doe het zelf: Vaasjes

Everyone loves vases, but it’s difficult to find one that is unique and not the same old run of the mill vase you’ve seen 1000 times before. As the most prominent centerpiece, you always want a vase to be special, just like the rest of your decor. Whether it is empty, holding flower, a candle pebbles or anything else, a vase can be boring or the perfect accent you’ve been looking for. And it’s only better when you can make it yourself flexing your craft skills and saving some money as well.


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This lovely vase is simple and its beauty is its simplicity. All it takes is a cute vase, some sequins and some glue. How you want the sequins displayed in the vase will determine which method you use to put them in there. If you want them on the bottom, just pour them in alone. If you want them all around the glass, you can coat the sequins in a clear adhesive (such as eye glass glue or craft glue) and then put them into vase and roll them around until the walls are covered to your liking. Let the vase sit for 24 hours to completely dry. If you want the sequins displayed as you see in the photo, use a glue that comes with a brush or have a q-tip ready. Use the brush or q-tip to swab the portions of the glass where you would like the sequins to stick. Then, pour in the sequins and roll them around until they’re in place. Dump out the extras and let the vase sit for 24 hours to completely dry.

 

This is simple, whimsical and somehow elegant. It’s almost too easy to make, too. Cut the bottom of a used light bulb off and empty the bulb of its contents. Rinse it out with water (and maybe some soap) to clean out the metal. Next, fill it with water and then set it on something that will hope it upright, such as a napkin ring. Add your favorite flower to this mini vase for the completed look.  A few of these create a lovely centerpiece especially when they are set at various heights.

 

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D.I.Y. : cute vases

Everyone loves vases, but it’s difficult to find one that is unique and not the same old run of the mill vase you’ve seen 1000 times before. As the most prominent centerpiece, you always want a vase to be special, just like the rest of your decor. Whether it is empty, holding flower, a candle pebbles or anything else, a vase can be boring or the perfect accent you’ve been looking for. And it’s only better when you can make it yourself flexing your craft skills and saving some money as well.


courtesy of Fermliving

This lovely vase is simple and its beauty is its simplicity. All it takes is a cute vase, some sequins and some glue. How you want the sequins displayed in the vase will determine which method you use to put them in there. If you want them on the bottom, just pour them in alone. If you want them all around the glass, you can coat the sequins in a clear adhesive (such as eye glass glue or craft glue) and then put them into vase and roll them around until the walls are covered to your liking. Let the vase sit for 24 hours to completely dry. If you want the sequins displayed as you see in the photo, use a glue that comes with a brush or have a q-tip ready. Use the brush or q-tip to swab the portions of the glass where you would like the sequins to stick. Then, pour in the sequins and roll them around until they’re in place. Dump out the extras and let the vase sit for 24 hours to completely dry.

 

This is simple, whimsical and somehow elegant. It’s almost too easy to make, too. Cut the bottom of a used light bulb off and empty the bulb of its contents. Rinse it out with water (and maybe some soap) to clean out the metal. Next, fill it with water and then set it on something that will hope it upright, such as a napkin ring. Add your favorite flower to this mini vase for the completed look.  A few of these create a lovely centerpiece especially when they are set at various heights.

 

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