Decorative Flower Vase Made From Plastic Bottle

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The completed vase.Every day I'm learning a lot of ideas from my children, specially my eldest since he's now in grade school. I actually was planning to do this craft before but I forgot about it and since it's not that really important. This time, it's my child who needed it in school so we have to look for materials right away that wouldn't cost us much.



Plastic pieces from recycled bottles.


  1. Get one bottle. Cut the neck and body (middle part).
  2. A plastic bottle cut in half.
  3. Stick together the shoulder (top part) and the bottom part of the bottle. Set aside.
  4. Placing the bottle pieces together.
  5. Take the second bottle then cut out the shoulder. You can also remove the neck but that's optional. Draw some curves on the edges and cut along the markings.
  6. The top of the plastic bottle.
    The top of the plastic bottle, cut in a petal shape.

  7. Position it upside down, apply some glue and stick it into the neck of the first bottle.
  8. Attaching the petal top to another top.
  9. Paint and allow to dry overnight.
  10. Painting the top plastic gold.
    Painting the plastic gold.
    Painting the plastic gold.
  11. For the decoration, I found some glittered circles from a self adhesive wallpaper, cut it out and stick it all over the body of the vase.
  12. Cutting out small silver dots.
  13. I wrapped the body with ribbon to hide the obvious cuts. Same as the neck part of the vase.
  14. Adding dots and ribbon to the vase.

  15. It's done and ready to be displayed.

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November 21, 20220 found this helpful

I made something similar and used clay to make roses and glue to the outside and of course painted the roses.

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