Flower vase

Yarn Wrapped – Remote Holder

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This is similar to the yarn wrapped flower vase that I made earlier by wrapping multi-colored yarn over an empty glass bottle. Glue the yarn on to the bottle at the beginning and end of the project. Once done, then apply one coat of gloss mod podge.
I just thought it would be different to use it as a remote control holder rather than a conventional flower vase!

Yarn Wrapped Flower Vase

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This is a wonderful way to put to use the leftover yarn from projects. All you need is an empty glass bottle, some yarn and mod podge.
Wrap the yarn over the bottle beginning from the top to bottom and glue the beginning and the ending portion of yarn. Then apply on coating of mod podge. I’ve used the gloss one to give it a shiny look. After 15 minutes, apply a second coating.
Use it as a flower vase for your own paper made flowers!

Ruffled Paper Flowers

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Now that I have made quite a few flower vases I was running out of flowers to display in them.
Then I wondered, why not make my own flowers. So I made these out of magazine papers. Its better to select papers that have a single color pattern so that the flower looks more natural!

Magazine Paper – Flower vase

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This flower vase is made out of just magazine papers. Roll the magazine papers with the help of a pencil and glue them at few points all the way to the end. Measure the height of an empty can and cut all the strips leaving a 1/2 inch gap at the top.
Glue the rolled strips to the sides of an empty can. It can serve as a pencil holder or a flower vase.

Clay Flower Vase

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Using craft clay I made thin rounded strips and lined an empty glass bottle to give the vase a clay base. Then using the clay I made little rounded grapes, leaves and swirls to create a pattern.
When the vase was finally painted with bright acrylic colors it became an attractive flower holder.

IceCream Stick Pen Stand

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Some ice cream sticks, metallic paints, and glue can create this hexagon shaped show piece. All you need to do is arrange one row of 3 sticks in a triangular shape, not close but the edges a little apart. Then alternate with another layer of sticks crisscrossing the previous layer. Apply glue before forming each layer.
The artistic stones pasted on top gives it a glossy look! It can be used as a pen stand or flower vase holder.