Creative Vase / February 1, 2019 / Angie Carroll.
One of the great things about this project is that it does not take a lot of materials and you can make a sand vase at very little cost. In fact, assuming that you have glue on hand already, the colored sand could be the only material that you would have to purchase. Material List: Newspaper, plastic cup, paint brush, colored sand, glue, bottle or jar, paper or pie plate, and a spoon.
4. Place your lamp on top of the right sized table, plug and see its beauty as it sits in your living room, bedroom or kitchen. You can have different pieces displayed all over your home with different motifs. The design with wine cork is best as a kitchen piece and those with rocks and shells can stay in the living room. Your creativity can catch people's attention. You can even give your improvised and creative table lamps as gifts to friends during special occasions. Your labor of love will be greatly appreciated.
5. As Candle holders - If your vase has a wide shape and a candle can be fixed in it properly, why can't you use it as a candle holder? Chances are that your new Murrain vase candle holder will provide better looks than the traditional ones.
People are always looking for new and creative ways to decorate their home but without breaking their bank. There are many great places to start like painting walls, adding pictures or just small decorations, but one of the best additions you can make to almost any room in your home are looking at vases wholesale and fixing them up for your home. The advantage of cheaper vases over vases you might buy at a retail store is that they are very inexpensive but can be made to look expensive by simply adding your own style and creative ideas to the vase. A few starting ideas for getting your vase the style you want is to add some colored rocks to the inside of it. You can get multi-colored rocks or solid colored rocks that only match the colors of your room.
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