Make a Vase Out of a Plastic Bottle

comments (6) April 2nd, 2009     

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LindaPermann Linda Permann, contributor
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Can you guess what this pretty vase is made from?

Can you guess what this pretty vase is made from?

Photo: Tohgin Minako

With spring apparently arriving soon (snow outside says otherwise to me...), it's the perfect time to fill your home with little bouquets. And instead of taking your plastic directly to the recycling center, you can reuse it first by creating these pretty plastic vases. All it takes is a few clever cuts and folds, and no one would guess that they're made from a plastic bottle! Beach glass or floral marbles help the vase stay stable so that you can fill it with flowers.

I actually used this same idea with plastic party cups (red or yellow 16-oz. cups) to create cute little baskets for easter treats waaaay back, so there's another idea for this technique. Check out the great step-by-step tutorial right here, via Dollar Store Crafts.

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Comments (6)

pet_preforms writes: Very good post, I was really searching for this topic, as I wanted this topic to understand completely and it is also very rare in internet, that is why it was very difficult to understand.

Thank you for sharing this.


Pet Preforms
Posted: 8:01 am on July 23rd
mommaviv writes: These would be great for my daughters upcoming wedding. Then when its all over they can still get recycled. Tres cheap and tres chic!
Posted: 10:05 pm on May 2nd
Sweet_Dee writes: Great use of those ugly plastic bottles!
Posted: 7:11 pm on April 10th
MineFull writes: this is great! perfect for giving a little arrangement as a gift :D
Posted: 3:46 pm on April 3rd
MonicaElaine writes: What a great idea! I am amazed at how pretty this is, and how easy it looks! Great idea.
Posted: 4:27 pm on April 2nd
Fiberfads writes: I am truly amazed. I often want to take my own arrangement of flowers to friends but don't have a vase. This would be perfect.
Posted: 3:06 pm on April 2nd
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