DIY MINI WALL VASE

9360380175_d3bd770fa1_oWhen you’re looking to add a small pop of color for your home or just a simple project to scratch that crafty itch, look no further than this mini wall vase tutorial. About the length of your forearm, it’s the perfect size for tight spaces in a hallway, entryway, or even a work cubicle. The best part? Its less than $10 and SO EASY TO MAKE! Don’t believe us? Check this out:

First you’ll need – 1 small round wooden plaque3 wooden dowels3 wooden beads1 small glass vialgluecraft saw (or a serrated edge knife will do fine)9360380161_46787dc025_oCut two of the wooden dowels to approximately 5″ in length. Cut the third to 6″.

9360380211_29fbebe055_oUse the glue to adhere a wooden bead to the end of each of the three dowels. You can use this as an opportunity to hide jagged edges inside the beads..

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Glue the dowels to the back of the plaque and the glass vial to the front of the plaque. To hang the vase, either drill a small hole in the back or affix a picture hanger

9360380237_a9c29a59db_o*TIP: Wait at least 12 hours before filling the vase so the E-6000 can work it’s magic!

9360380175_d3bd770fa1_oYou can customize this DIY ditty by painting it wood to fit your decor style, use washi tape on the dowels to add instant patterns, change the beads & plaque to glass and square shapes or even adding a few colorful feathers gives it a dream-catcher vibe! Hang on your wall, cubicle, headboard or wherever you have a flat surface you wish bring a little life to. Enjoy!

Thanks FabricPaperGlue!

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