How to Upcycle a Burlap Vase in 15 Minutes
I am always looking for new ways to display flowers around my house because they give a bright and happy feeling to any home. This Burlap Vase has a surprising base, so scroll down and check it out!
All this week, I’m sharing quick burlap crafts that you can make in about 15 minutes, excluding any drying time.
It is Craft Lightning Burlap Crafts week, and I’m so excited to be co-hosting this event with Angie of The Country Chic Cottage, and Carolina of 30 Minute Crafts. These ladies are two of the craftiest I know! They are the brains and the inspiration behind the Craft Lightning series, and I invite you to click on the links above and take a look through their creativity!
Now on to my project…
Here’s what you will need to Upcycle a Burlap Vase:
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- Burlap Ribbon
- Parmesan Cheese Container (you know, the one with the green lid)
- Fabric Scrap
- Tombow MONO Multi XL Liquid Glue
Thoroughly wash and dry the parmesan cheese container. Starting at the base, adhere the end of the burlap ribbon to the container with MONO Multi XL Liquid Glue. Wrap burlap ribbon around the container until covered. Cut and secure end with more MONO Multi.
Cut a strip of fabric 1-inch wide and long enough to wrap around the container and tie in a knot. Trim with scissors and fray the edges. Attach decorative button with MONO Multi.
Fill with flowers (and a fancy butterfly) and enjoy! This Upcycled Burlap Vase was so quick and easy to create, that I made six to give as gifts to brighten my co-workers’ Monday.
More 15 Minute Burlap Crafts!
Today is Day 1 of our week-long series featuring burlap crafts you can create in 15 minutes!
Check out the perfect Burlap Wedding Keepsake created by Morena’s Corner.
A pair of quick and easy Beach Decor Frames from Frog Prince Paperie.
And a fabulous farmhouse DIY Burlap Wreath by our host, Angie from The Country Chic Cottage.
Check back each day this week for the rest of the fabulous designer inspiration!
Thanks for stopping by!