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Quick diy: flower power vase cover

01 August 2015

Feeling crafty? Put those DIY skills and creativity to work! Floral patterns are a big deal right now, so double up with this homemade vase cover.

Start your vase cover by picking a vase, bottle or container (trust us, it doesn’t have to be pretty at all – grab that vase you never use).

1.

Pick your vase, bottle or container (trust us, it doesn’t have to be pretty at all – grab that vase you never use). Choose a textile (we like thick cotton or linen) and trace your desired shape around the vase. Cut out two matching shapes, one for the front and one for the back.

Continue your vase cover by choosing a textile (we like thick cotton or linen) and trace your desired shape around the vase. Cut out two matching shapes, one for the front and one for the back.

2.

Iron the fabric, for a stiff effect and then sew the two pieces together.

Continue your vase cover by inserting the vase into the textile cover.

3.

Insert the vase into the cover.

Finish your vase cover by sewing the two pieces together, insert the vase, arrange your flowers, and enjoy.

4.

Arrange your flowers and enjoy!