Burlap and Lace Flower Vase

September 19, 2016 at 2:00 AM 1 comment

DIY Burlap and Lace Flower Vase

I’m often guilty of over-thinking things. Whether that be how to respond to a work email or simply what to bring as a hostess gift. Often I have to stop and remind myself that sometimes simple is best. Just like this quick and easy DIY burlap and lace flower vase. (Love how that rhymes!)

DIY Burlap and Lace Flower Vase

Life gets busy for all of us, and sometimes its nice to have a DIY that only takes minutes to make. You still can add a personal touch to your dinner table or hostess gift, but you don’t need to worry if this will be a #PinterestFail. Trust me – this one is foolproof!

DIY Burlap and Lace Flower Vase

All you need for this project is a mason jar, hot glue gun, burlap lace ribbon, and a bunch of fresh flowers. A snip and a pinch later you will have this rustic flower vase, ready to gift to a friend to keep to brighten up your home.

Burlap and Lace Flower Vase DIY

Material:

How To:

  • Measure how much ribbon you will need to go around the mason jar and add and extra 1/4 inch
  • Cut the ribbon and wrap it tightly around the mason jar
  • Place a pea size amount of hot glue on the end of the overlapping ribbon and lightly press down to secure the ribbon together
  • Let dry
  • Fill vase with water and place in your flowers

(See, I told you it was easy!)

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. chefceaser  |  September 20, 2016 at 3:34 AM

    Reblogged this on Chef Ceaser and commented:
    So much about fine dining is the Table Setting. One can enhance the dining experience with a beautiful bouquet of flowers.

    Reply

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