Transforming a Vase for Valentine's Day

Category Decorations
For a quick, temporary Valentine's Day decoration, add hearts cut from paper doilies to some of your vases. Tie them in place with narrow ribbon or cord. They look cute and are extremely inexpensive to make.
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Here is an easy and inexpensive hack you could do to transform your vases into Valentine's themed ones "temporarily". You don't have to pay the high price of Valentine's Day decorated vases. After the season, you can still resume using your vases for any occasion!

The method I am showing you may not even cost you anything as you may have the supplies already at home.

Note: If you don't have a paper dolly - don't worry, you can use regular paper, construction paper, or any scrap paper you may have!

Total Time: 15 minutes

Supplies:

  • paper dolly
  • scissors
  • twine
  • vases

Steps:

  1. Fold your paper dolly in half and cut it into a heart shape.
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  3. Position the heart on your vase and then wrap twine a couple times, then tie a knot. Cut off excess twine and your vase is complete!
  4. Repeat steps 1&2 if you are making more vases. Add flowers and display for Valentine's Day!
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