Make a cute mini vase in less than a minute

Just look at this cute and tiny bud vase. It’s so lovely and small. It’s also something everyone can do with very few materials and in less than 1 minute. It’s probably one of the quickest projects you could do. And the result is not disappointing at all. In fact, I’m sure your guests will notice it and admire it.

It might look like ceramic at first but if you look closer it’s not even close. It has a modern look and it very simple-looking and extremely simple and easy to make. To create this tiny vase all you need are 2 materials. You’ll be needing a 2’’ glass votive holder and a balloon. The great thing about it is that it can be made in all sorts of colors. And since there are so many types of balloons you can also make it look more colorful by choosing some with a pattern or even draw something on it yourself. However, you can leave it as such and it would look perfect.

All you have to do is wrap the balloon around the votive holder. Prior to that make sure you snip off the mouth of the balloon. After that you just need to slip the balloon over and push the remaining part inside and you’re done. It’s easy and clever and it requires materials you can find basically anywhere.{found on familychic}



Published by in DIY Projects, on January 12th, 2012

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