I love to make vase out of anything that I think can serve as a holder. Some may serve as a vase for living plants and some are made for a decorative purpose; in that case, the vase will hold some artificial flowers. The difference is that a vase for living plant must have a hole underneath and able to hold water. In the other hand, a decorative vase can comes from any container with no hole and no need to be waterproofing, just a simple holder can do. I like to use a jar , a tissue core or a mug as a vase for living plants. And now, for a decorative vase, I will show you how I make use of a Pringles can.
I had a vintage look in my mind when I was going to make this Pringles can into a Spring vase. And this time I used a turquoise color and mixed it with some mini pearls and lace to add more vintage feels. But above all, this is a very simple and easy to make Spring vase as a decorative flowers holder. Let’s find out more!
Things To Prepare
I turned this Pringles can into a vintage Spring vase in a short time because it’s super easy to make. Anyway, let’s see what are the short list supplies that are used to make thisDIY Spring vase from Pringles Can :
- Pringles can (small size)
- wrapping paper (turquoise shades with lines pattern)
- white lace
- White mini pearl sticker
- Clear Glue
How To Make
You can make several of this Pringles vase as a wedding vase for each table or lined up along a dinner table as a centerpiece. All you have to do is gather all the supplies which I’ve mentioned above and follow these easy steps on how to make DIY Spring Vase from Pringles Can :
1 . Clean your Pringles can before you re-purpose it and wrap it with a turquoise wrapping paper.
2. Take a white lace an glue it on top and below the Pringles vase.
3 .Apply a strand of mini pearl sticker on below part, on top of the lace.
4. Get some vibrant pink and mixed it with soft pink flowers to contrast the turquoise vase.
Here you can see I added some colored quail eggs on the flowers arrangement which I think it goes with Easter and along Spring.
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