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Did you know that you can make your own twine wrapped vase in minutes? This easy project is inexpensive and can make a big impact on your home’s decor. I made mine with some fall-like colors but these could be customized to any time of the year. Add to the center of your fall table with some flowers or put in things like pens for organizing your office.
- Glass vase (any that you have on hand)
- Twine (in any color you would like)
- Decoupage medium
- Craft sticks
How to Make a Twine Wrapped Vase:
Start with your first color of twine and some decoupage. I like to apply the decoupage to the vase with a craft stick in a thick layer. Then just start laying the twine into the medium and wrapping it around the vase.
Keep wrapping and pressing the twine close together. Make sure that you get the layers as tight as possible. You can also use the craft stick to push the twine tight as you go.
You can add different colors to the same vase if you would like or use all of the same color. Allow the vase to dry completely before displaying it. You can put the vase on wax paper to protect your work surface from the decoupage as it dries.
I like making stripes on mine but you can make whatever pattern you like. These are easy to make and super inexpensive. Find jars and vases at a thrift store or dollar store to keep the cost of this project low. You can even use this method to cover mason jars for some colorful decor.
Add in flowers, office supplies, or anything else that needs a home. A twine wrapped vase is easy to make yet oh so cute in any home. I could see making these in different colors for different seasons.
Try adding red and green for the holidays. Or a rainbow effect would look great in a kid’s room. It would even look great with a hanging twine wrapped rainbow. Whatever colors you decide to use, be sure to make a twine wrapped vase or two for your home. You will be so glad that you did!
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