DIY Paper Wrapped Vases For Spring

 DIY Paper Wrapped Vases For Spring

Jessi-at-Practically-Functional-4-333x500We’re getting crafty today with my sweet bloggy friend Jessi from Practically Functional. At Jessi’s blog she shares simple, practical projects and ideas including crafting, diy and organization. She is very creative and resourceful and strives to make her new house a home as she carefully fills it with things made with love. I am happy she is sharing her craftiness with us today. Lets make diy paper wrapped vases for spring ♥

Now that spring is finally here, it’s time to start bringing some of those gorgeous spring flowers indoors! I’m so thrilled to be a guest here on Katherine’s Corner today, and I have a super simple spring decor project to share with you all: Paper wrapped vases! The touch of color turns ordinary bottles into fun spring vases!

But first, let me introduce myself! I’m Jessi, and I blog at Practically Functional, a blog about simple, practical projects and ideas to help you love your home, no matter where you live! We just bought our first house, and I’m having a ton of fun turning it into a home. I decorate, I craft, I DIY, I build, I organize, I cook… I even garden! Practically Functional is about loving your home and turning it into the perfect place for you, your family, your pets, your hobbies, your work, and everything else you love! And don’t worry, I’ll give you detailed instructions and pictures in every tutorial, so stop by for a visit some time and see if you can find some inspiration!Now onto the vases!

diy paper wrapped vases for spring

Paper Wrapped Vases

This project is so simple and versatile! I used these little vases to decorate for spring, but they would work great as centerpieces for a wedding or a bridal shower too!

Here’s what you need:

clean, empty bottles (any kind will work!)

pretty paper

washi tape

scissors

glue stick

paper wrapped vase supplies

First cut a 2″ wide strip of paper for each bottle, making sure it’s long enough to wrap all the way around the bottle. Then wrap the paper around the middle of the bottle and glue down the end with the glue stick.

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Then take two pieces of washi tape and tape all the way around the bottles at the top and bottom edges of the paper.

paper wrapped step 2

Then fill your vases with flowers, and enjoy! And the best part is, you can easily change out the paper by removing the tape and sliding the paper off the bottle. That way you can reuse the bottles with different paper to match different seasons, holidays, or events!

papoer wrapped vase

Thanks so much to Katherine for letting me share with you guys today! And feel free to stop by Practically Functional for a visit anytime, or follow along through social media! I’d love to see you there!

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Thank you Jessi, this is such a sweet craft project and I look forward to making it with our grandchildren. They will have something pretty to display their wildflower picks.

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Comments

  1. lbuttedal says:

    Love this. I am going to do with my grandkids too!

  2. Very pretty and seems simple enough to do!! Thanks for sharing :)

  3. So pretty and springy!

  4. Very cute and an easy DIY – Welcome Spring!

  5. What an easy and fun way to be festive!

  6. So cute! And you could use different for any occasion!

  7. So pretty, I like these :) x

  8. Thanks so much for letting me share that with your readers and having me as a guest!

  9. Such a cute idea that is simple enough for even me!

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