Brown Paper Bag Vase from a Cardboard Box

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By General Crafts Contributor Victoria from the blog Dazzle While Frazzled.

Create a vase for next to nothing with this DIY Tutorial.

For the price of a carton of milk or juice and the brown paper bag it came home in, you can make a very easy and simple vase in a matter of minutes. Display your cut flowers in a fun DIY re-purposed vase today!

Supplies:

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Step #1:

Open up the cardboard liter and cut off its triangle-like top.

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Step #2:

Open the brown paper bag and cut along the seam. You want to use a front or back section for its size. Wrap the cardboard liter just like you would a gift box, leaving some overlap at the top and bottom.

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Step #3:

With the cardboard liter wrapped, cut slits at each corner and fold the extra paper into the inside of the liter. Secure with glue. Repeat for the bottom of the liter.

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Step #4:

Cut out a handful of simple brown paper leaves. Outline with a thin point black marker.

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Step #5:

Glue the leaves onto the front of the cardboard vase. Cut out thin strips for stems and outline with a thin point black marker.

Insert cut flowers or a small potted plant.

Create a vase for next to nothing with this DIY Tutorial.

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About Victoria

Hi! I'm Victoria, the Dazzle behind the Frazzle! I am the {often frazzled} mom to three kids, ages 2-7. Even though I'm sorta reserved in personality, when it comes to our home, it is full of color, unique DIY home decor projects and lots of quirks and character. I love that my ideas aren't what you may find all over Pinterest. My biggest thrill is coming up thrifty solutions to pricier decor ideas! I rip out pages from pricey catalogs and inspire to make it myself. Some popular projects include Backsplash with a 1920s Vibe, DIY Hanging Orb Planter and No Sew Cloth Basket Liners. Visit DazzleWhileFrazzled today!

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