Valentine's Day is coming right around the corner. If you are lucky enough to get flowers on V -Day, you will need the perfect flower vase. I love a good centerpiece, and this DIY Valentine flower vase is simple yet beautiful.
DIY Valentine Vase
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To get started, let's talk about the supplies you will need. This super simple craft will not require any glue! Even the kiddos can help you make this gorgeous vase!
I stopped by Walmart and picked up a roll of burlap, and a couple gallons of Tampico. Tampico has several different flavors, and they are my favorite beverage to use for parties. They make the perfect drink to put in a fun, glass drink dispenser, too, because of the vibrant colors! Visit Tampico is Color to see more DIY, coupons and so much more!
I found the red lace I am using in this project at the Dollar Tree. Just about any red lace will work for this project.
DIY Valentine Flower Vase
- Roll of burlap, cut to overlap just a tad around a gallon jug
- Twine, 42 inches, x6
- 21"l Red lace
- 1 Empty, gallon-sized plastic Tampico jug
The line drawn on the jug below marks where to cut. Puncture a hole in the jug and then use scissors to cut along this edge. It does not have to be perfect. You don't need to draw a line like I did if you don't want to. I just did it so that you can see where to cut.
Here is what it should look like when you are done cutting. Next, cut the handle off at the base. You can get a better look at it in the next picture.
Wrap your roll of burlap around the gallon jug. Cut so that you have a small amount of overlap about 3-4 inches.
Fold the burlap down inside of the jug.
Cut six strips of twine 42 inches long.
Cut a piece of lace about 21 inches long. Wrap the twine in red lace, all but the bow area, which is the ends. Do this by laying the lace down on a flat surface, gather all of the strands together, place them on top of the lace, and roll the twine up in the lace. It doesn't matter if it's not tight.
Tie the twine and lace around the jug. Fix the bow so it's straight and looks pretty. Fill the inside with your flowers! Isn't it just gorgeous? This DIY Tampico Valentine Flower Vase is a lot of fun to make.
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This was such an easy craft but it turned out so beautiful. I had so much fun working with Tampico. Visit Tampico is Color for more DIY, coupons and more!