Mini Flower Vase From Recycled Container

Category Decor
Use a recycled container with an interesting shape to make a decorative mini flower vase. You can decorate it with stickers, ribbons, or anything else you might have. Just add flowers.
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I made mini flower vase out of a Dannon yogurt smoothie container.

Total Time: about 30 minutes

Supplies:

  • stickers ($1.00)
  • ribbon ($1.00)
  • Elmers glue ($1.00)
  • scissors ($2.00)
  • buttons ($0)

Steps:

Mini flower vase

  1. Wash out the Dannon yogurt vase and peel off the label.
  2. I used left over ribbon, buttons I cut off a shirt, and some stickers. I used these items to decorate my vase. I tied ribbon around put stickers on it glued buttons really simple.
  3. I put stickers on it the container is white I left it that way you could paint it if you wanted to. I stuck flowers in my mini flower vase that I had growing in my front yard you can put fake flowers in it as well.
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I consider this a recycled craft something that you would normally just throw away. It turned out to be a cute flower vase

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May 29, 20130 found this helpful

Now that is adorable!

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