I just adore my outdoor flower gardens. They’re so pretty to look at and make the yard smell very nice. Sometimes, I just want to bring them indoors, but I don’t want to cut an entire bouquet because then it won’t look so pretty outside. That’s why I came up with the idea to up-cycle some little bottles and transform them into these cute DIY decoupage flower vases. I’ve partnered with Wellements for this post, though opinions are always my own.
The bottles from Wellements products like the Organic Nighttime Gripe Water, Organic Probiotic Gripe Water, Organic Gripe Water and Organic Baby Move are perfect for this project because they just make the most adorable vases. They’re the perfect size and shape to make these vases. I up-cycled them from the gift basket for babies that I shared a couple of weeks ago.
DIY Decoupage Flower Vases
You’ll need the following supplies to make your DIY Decoupage Flower Vases:
- Up-cycled Wellements bottles
- Mod Podge
- Whit craft paint (or another color if you prefer)
- 2 foam brushes
- Tissue paper confetti circles
Step 1. Rinse and dry the Wellements bottles after you’ve used the products.
Step 2. Paint the Wellements bottles. You’ll need to do a few coats, letting them dry in between each coat. * If you want clear bottles, just skip this step.
Step 3. Arrange your confetti circles one at a time and apply Mod Podge over them. Continue this process until you have the look that you desire.
Once you have achijeved the desired look, let dry and fill with water and flowers!
I made quite a few of these DIY decoupage flower vases and arranged the confetti in different patterns on each. I made some with and without paint because I just wanted a different look. I do love how they turned out! They;re super simple to make and create such a bright statement to your home’s decor.
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