Diy floor vase

Add a touch of elegance to your home decor with these creative DIY floor vase ideas. Discover unique ways to create stunning floral arrangements and enhance the beauty of your living space.
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One of my best friends is expecting and we threw her a Baby-Q this weekend that went great! I wanted to share with you one of the decorative items that I used that was FREE! My goal is always to throw a cute shower and spend the smallest amount of money. We wanted to spend most of…

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Nicole Ronquillo
Let's face it, we all adore beautiful decor, especially stunning vases. The only hitch? Those large, eye-catching vases can cost a pretty penny. But here's the secret: you can make your very own vase without breaking the bank! Believe it or not, this DIY vase is crafted from everyday items you probably already have lying around your home. Who doesn't love a free, chic vase? We're in! Plus, if you're a craft enthusiast, this tutorial is right up your alley. Check out the step-by-step... Ideas, Diy, Diy Projects, Design, Crafts, Diy Vase, Diy Cardboard, Decorative Items, Paper Tape

Let's face it, we all adore beautiful decor, especially stunning vases. The only hitch? Those large, eye-catching vases can cost a pretty penny. But here's the secret: you can make your very own vase without breaking the bank! Believe it or not, this DIY vase is crafted from everyday items you probably already have lying around your home. Who doesn't love a free, chic vase? We're in! Plus, if you're a craft enthusiast, this tutorial is right up your alley. Check out the step-by-step...

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Urbaki: Crochet, Home, Knitting, Gardening, Travel & more...
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I decided that after finishing the bedroom, it was still missing something. Specifically in the corner by the window. It was bare. But I didn't want anything too big because we already have a lot of big furniture in there. So, I decided to re-purpose a 5.00 Walmart mirror. You can find the original tutorial here. I started by pulling the cheap plastic molding off from the mirror. Please be very careful with this step. I broke my first one, and was extremely ill. Plus it sliced my finger. So…

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Bobbi Sigler