- 1 What can I do with glass vases?
- 2 How do you decorate glass vases with different things?
- 3 How do you decorate a glass flower vase?
- 4 How do you dress up a glass vase?
- 5 What can I do with empty glass flower vases?
- 6 What can you put in a glass vase besides flowers?
- 7 What can I put in glass apothecary jars?
- 8 What can I put in a big glass vase?
- 9 What can I fill glass jars with for decoration?
- 10 Can you decorate with empty vases?
- 11 How do you decorate glass jars?
What can I do with glass vases?
11 Creative Ways to Reuse Vases
- Store dog treats and toys.
- Finally, all those extra pieces of yarn have a home!
- Repot your favorite succulent plant.
- Make your own air freshener by filling with potpourri.
- Create a desktop display out of your favorite pens and markers.
- Organize bathroom essentials easily and elegantly.
How do you decorate glass vases with different things?
Bring color and texture to a neutral room with a tall vase or glass candle holder filled with natural elements such as spices, grains, grass seeds or dried beans. Tip: Create a different kind of centerpiece by layering different colors and types of dried beans in a vase and topping with a tea candle.
How do you decorate a glass flower vase?
Hot-glue birch bark (from the yard or a craft store) onto a vase, using pieces of different sizes. A casual bouquet of ferns, thistle, mint, and wildflowers completes the woodsy look. Wrap in varying styles of jute rope. The trick: Flip the vase upside down and work from base to mouth.
How do you dress up a glass vase?
Create a custom look for your vase centerpiece with a simple paper change. Head to your paper stash and find the color and pattern to match your theme or holiday. Change it over and over again to fit any theme. Add dried flowers, paper flowers, and bright and fun tissue-paper flowers!
What can I do with empty glass flower vases?
Turn it upside down and use it as the base for a DIY lamp: a simple lamp fits easily into every setting. Use as a generous candy dish: or fill it with chips to welcome guests. Summer salads look pretty served in a vase: dinner is not only nutritional but decorative.
What can you put in a glass vase besides flowers?
7 Vase Filler Ideas That Aren’t Flowers
- A Singular Green Leaf. Make a strong minimalist statement!
- Balls of Yarn. Balls of yarn or twine make for a very charmingly rustic display.
- Wine Corks.
- Twigs or Branches.
- Coffee Beans.
- Paper Pages.
- Just Your Vase.
What can I put in glass apothecary jars?
Glass apothecary jars make great table decorations. Arrange them in the middle of your table descending from the largest to the smallest jar. Fill them with beautiful flowers, ribbons, jellybeans, spices, or scented candles, whatever fits the mood. You can always change the ornamentation as the need arises.
What can I put in a big glass vase?
10 Fresh Ways to Dress Up Plain Glass Vases
- Fruit Wheels. Combine floral and fruit for a fun, unexpected arrangement.
- Floating Fronds. Looking for a minimalist approach to a centerpiece?
- Candy Toppings.
- Floral Wreath.
- Seeds and Succulents.
- Colored Beans.
What can I fill glass jars with for decoration?
What Can I Use To Fill Glass Jars for Decoration?
- Dry Organic Materials. Dry organic materials such as moss, grass, shells, sand, rocks, and pebbles make great jar fillers.
- Decorative Objects and Potpourri.
- Submerged Floral Display.
- Craft Materials.
- Plant Material.
Can you decorate with empty vases?
Glass vases work well as bookends. You can fill them or leave them empty, but they work well and look great. You can easily update them with different seasonal themes.
How do you decorate glass jars?
Dip the base of the jar in PVA glue, then sprinkle with glitter or fake snow. Use a glue gun to pipe swirling patterns onto the jar, then paint using different colours. Trace a design such as a map or a word onto the jar, then pipe using a glue gun and paint. Spray paint the jar in different colours for a blended look.