DIY Rustic Flower Vase

Are you enjoying your summer? I sure hope so! Today I have a quick and easy home decor project for you that I think you’ll enjoy. It’s a DIY rustic flower vase that makes a cute centerpiece – perfect for a dinner party, a bridal shower, a wedding, or just every day use. Another bonus is that it doesn’t cost much to make. (This post contains affiliate links.)

DIY rustic flower vase with pink gerbera daisies and ranunculus

 

To make your DIY rustic flower vase, all you need is a glass cylinder vase, kindling wood, raffia ribbon or colored twine, a glue gun, and pretty flowers.

Supplies for making rustic vase

 

If needed, cut the wood kindling so it’s about one-half to one inch taller than the vase. Use an electric saw to speed the process. Then use your hot glue gun to attach the wood to the vase. There might be a little finessing to line up your kindling wood, since they’re not quite straight. It’s kind of fun though – like putting a puzzle together.

How to make a rustic flower vase using kindling wood

 

Keep gluing until your DIY rustic flower vase is completely wrapped with kindling wood. This project is very similar to my twig candle holders that I made a couple years ago.

How to make a rustic flower vase using kindling wood

 

Wrap three strands of colored raffia ribbon or twine around the vase and tie in a knot. Clip the ends so you have about 2 inches of loose raffia ribbon on either end of the knot.

How to make a rustic flower vase using kindling wood and raffia

 

Arrange flowers in your new vase. I used pink silk gerbera daisies and small creamy ranunculus.

How to make a rustic flower vase

 

You can of course use real flowers, too.

How to make a rustic flower vase with pink gerbera daisies

 

I hope you’ll give this easy project a try if you like it. It’s so easy to make your own DIY rustic twig flower vase.

Make a rustic flower vase with kindling wood

On Saturday I’m giving away a decorating book that I think you’ll enjoy, so be sure to stop back!

 

Subscribe to Town and Country Living via email and follow along on social sites!


ImageMap

Comments

  1. Susan W. says:

    I bet it smells good too????

  2. So cute!! I’m going to try making one!
    Have a Happy 4th!

  3. Very cute and easy! Happy 4th of July.

  4. Cheryl Major says:

    That is so adorable & cute ! I am going to see if I can round up enough little wood to make one.

Speak Your Mind

*

** My Disclosure Policy **