If you’re looking to customize your vases, but don’t trust yourself with paint, then you’ll want to try this simple DIY solution: temporary tattoos! In a matter of seconds you have a beautiful design on your vase without any effort or mess. Here’s how:
If you’re in a pinch for where to put all of those beautiful spring tulips, then this quick DIY is for you! This polka dot vase is mess free, cost about one dollar to make, and can be whipped up in about 5 minutes. In terms of easy projects, I don’t think think could be beat! Here’s how:
Time: 5 minutes
Materials: dot stickers, jar
For my jar I used an old pickle jar and removed the label. The dots are actually stickers I found at an office supply store. If they are out of the kind you like, you can also buy the teacher smiley face stickers and spray paint them.
So that’s it! Super fun don’t you think? You could also create another pattern or shape with the dots, or even mix and match other colors. It’s so risk-free and affordable that really anything is fair game!
So it looks like we’re going to be in the 70s this week in Philly. 70s guys! As much as I love the snow, I can’t wait for warmer days and sunshine. Is anyone else sick of wearing boots as much as I am?!
It’s been a while since I’ve bought fresh flowers for my home, so to prep for all the spring blooms that are on their way, I’ve been thinking about new ideas for flower vases. If you’re just as excited as I am for the flowery weeks ahead, here are ten 10 diy vases you can make for your home!
1. Concrete Vase by Paper & Stitch
2. White Brick Vase by Say Yes
3. Copper Bud Vases by I Spy DIY
4. Painted Bottles by Homey Oh My
Time: 2 minutes
Materials: bottle, scissors, adhesive vinyl
Let’s start this week off with a bit of excitement, shall we? I’d like to introduce you new column I’ve decided to start called 10 Minutes or Less. I know you guys have been itching for more quick and easy craft projects, so I think you’ll really like this one! The focus of these simple projects, is that well, you can do them in ten minutes or less. Making something beautiful should be approachable, regardless of your schedule or skill level. And if you have two minutes to spare, then you can easily tackle the first project!
After rounding up these vinyl diys, I knew I had to give adhesive a try for myself. Let’s just say, I’m already hooked. It’s so, so easy! If you’re putting together a last minute party, or Valentine’s Day gift, this heart vase is the perfect, easy solution. Here’s how:
You’ll want to wash this bottle by hand. When you’re sick of the design, you can peel off the adhesive vinyl and apply a new one! I can picture a whole cluster of these for a summer picnic, can’t you?