Creative Vase / January 21, 2019 / Clare Banks.
If you have ever wanted a tiny goldfish or a beta fish, you could use nice sized vases for their home instead of the traditional glass fish bowl. Don't worry, there really isn't much of a difference between the clear glass vases and the clear glass vases other than their shape. You will be able to bring a new pet into the house and his house will be much cooler than the other goldfishes in town!
You can remove the labels on your glass jars by heating them in a pot of boiling water. This will usually remove all of the paper on the jar, though you may need to apply some elbow grease or adhesive remover to get rid of the remaining adhesive. Once you have removed the label and the adhesive, you can get creative with the glass itself. Wrapping can be paced around the jars and held in place with a ribbon at the rim. Glitter or stickers can be applied to the surface of the jars for decoration. You can even paint or etch the glass for special effects.
Be it a simple token of friendship or remembrance for any occasion or be it a small message saying I miss you or get well soon, a bud vase along with it, definitely creates an impression. Technically speaking, a bud vase is just a small vase designed to hold several cut flowers, specifically those which are young and are just buds. Basically, they are used to make beautiful arrangements in the early spring when you will definitely find bunches of buds if not many flowers to choose from. They are also used by shop owners or in exhibitions to display single flower.
Some people have even taken the vases, filled them with potpourri and then added a short strand of lights. This creates a beautiful centerpiece for fireplace mantels and dining room tables. Of course, you have to make sure that the bulbs will not over heat.
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