Spring Vase Tutorial

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Spring Vase Tutorial | Optimistic Mommy

If you saw my post on Saturday for the Happy Easter banner, you may have noticed another item in the one picture – a bottle/vase. Today I’m bringing you the tutorial to make your own spring vase – perfect for those spring flowers, like daisies, tulips, and more! With just a few supplies, you canmake a beautiful vase to hold your daisies, tulips, or other favorite Spring flower!

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  • 1 Empty Bottle or Jar (For this tutorial, an empty wine bottle was used. If you are not a wine drinker, ask a friend for one or you may be able to pick up one from a local restaurant.)
  • Yarn (Use the color of your choice.)
  • Buttons – 2 Different Colors & Sizes
  • Green Felt or Yarn
  • Hot Glue & Glue Gun
  • Ribbon in Coordinating Color

To begin, start with cleaning the bottle you have selected. While it is not necessary to remove the label, you do want to be sure that the label is not loose at all. Clean the inside of the bottle as well.

Apply a small amount of hot glue at the top of the neck of the bottle and press the end of your yarn into the glue. Begin wrapping the yarn tightly around the bottle, working your way down. Apply a drop of hot glue to the back of the bottle every few inches to secure the yarn. When you reach the base of the bottle, again, secure the yarn with hot glue.

Layout your buttons to create flowers by placing one color button in the center and 6 buttons around it. Carefully glue the buttons to the yarn.

Use green felt or yarn to create stems and leaves and secure to the yarn with hot glue as well.

Tie the ribbon around the neck of the bottle vase and tie into a bow. Voil you are done!

Tip: If the vase will be used where one side faces a wall or is not visible, you can apply a different decoration to the backside for another season!

Spring Vase Tutorial | Optimistic Mommy

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  1. That is super cute and perfect for spring (and summer, too to be honest). And it’s so easy I think even I could make one without totally messing it up 😉

  2. Cute! I love the idea of wrapping the bottle in twine and using buttons for decoration 🙂

  3. that is SO super cute! i love it!

  4. This is very “Springy.” The colors are so lovely. I’m definitely not very creative and usually need tons of pictures to guide me, but these look simple enough. Thank you!

  5. This is a super cute idea. I love how your vase turned out. I think this will be a great craft project for !e and my ten year old daughter to do together.

  6. How seriously adorable is this? I was thinking I needed some new spring accessories, and now I have one to make!

  7. I love this! Thanks!

  8. How cool. This looks awesome and would look really neat in the girls’ bedroom. Thanks so much!

  9. Now THAT looks like a DIY I could actually do, and it’s adorable!

  10. Helene Cohen Bludman says

    Really cute! I would love to give this a try, although I’m sure mine won’t come out looking so pretty.

  11. This is so cute and looks like it would be pretty easy to follow! Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Danielle at Framed Frosting

  12. I appreciate super chic DIY like this. Its perfect for spring, I already have my colors picked up.

  13. That is just so cute and clever! I would really like to try this, It would make great centerpieces for an Easter brunch or baby shower too! Thanks 😉

  14. This turned out so pretty.

  15. This is so pretty and perfect for Spring!

  16. What a beautiful vase! I love it!

  17. What a cute spring craft!

  18. That is so pretty! What a great spring decoration!

  19. Very cute idea! Very Spring! Great way to reuse.

  20. That is beautiful and looks like something I could do with my daughter!

  21. This is such a cute craft! I love little projects like this.

  22. this gets my “cutest craft of the day” award! 😀

  23. Oh I love this, what a fun project to do for spring flowers.

  24. This is super cute!! I am going to share this with my granddaughter. I think she might like to make it for her mom for Mother’s Day!!!

  25. what a great way to reuse! Very frugal idea, looks nice!

  26. So pretty and perfect for Spring. This looks like something even I can do!!

  27. So cute and creative. And it would look so different for different style of bottles.

  28. This vase has my mom’s name all over it! She loves decor like this! Thanks for the tutorial!

  29. Debbie Denny says

    That is so crafty. Cool looking.

  30. What a great craft for teens to do.

  31. That is cute! I bet my daughters would have fun making this.

  32. I really like this. It’s adorable.

  33. That is so super adorable!! I love it!

  34. I love this. such a great way to make something a little more fun, instead of plain!

  35. That is CUTE! And it looks easy enough that I might be able to manage it LOL

  36. This is ADORABLE!

  37. I really love how that came out and it’s a heck of a lot easier than I thought it would be!

  38. Love how it turned out! And bonus points for me having everything to make one! Thanks for the inspiration!

  39. I love the idea of a dual season vase!! Clever!!

  40. I’ve seen these for sale in stores before and never knew they were so easy to make! I’m going to have to make some of these for my house 🙂

  41. Love those photos! That’s a super cute vase!

  42. What a great craft! I love how easy it is to do but looks so good 🙂

  43. I can already see my finish product! I want something with color so id use a really really colorful yarn =) #pinitparty

  44. What a fun craft to make at a get-together…. With kids or sisters, or friends…. This would be terrific on my blog hop. Would you please come join the party? Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop

    Thanks much!! 🙂
    �hugs� Crystelle

    Crystelle Boutique

  45. Very pretty! Thanks so much for sharing with the #pinitparty. Have pinned 🙂

  46. Love this vase! so lovely and could be customized to match your decor, seasons, holidays! 🙂 We would love if you hooked up with us at our Snickerdoodle Sunday sometime!

  47. This is very cute Courtney!
    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

  48. Cute Vase! Thanks for sharing at the Bacon Time Anything Goes linky. Hope to see you again tomorrow. Hugs from Mindie May 🙂

  49. Adorable! Pinning this.

    Thanks for linking up at Wordy Wednesday!

  50. What a lovely Spring time decoration. Thanks for linking up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again. Have a great weekend!!

  51. Angelica Seely says

    Well, this is just adorable. I love yarn and twine wrapped vases. The button flower is such a cute touch!

  52. I love the look of that yarn, and it’s a great way to use up some of the buttons we have.

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