DIY Summer Vase Washi Tape {10 minute idea}

 personalized gifts for dad     |      2019-07-24 20:37

Hey guys, I am back with another quick idea as part of Laura’;s 10 minute idea series. ?Yesterday, I shared our recent birthday celebration and the vase I used as the centerpiece got a tiny makeover which I am sharing the tutorial today.?When I was setting the table for the partypersonalized gifts for dad, I felt like the vase needed a little extra something. Many times, the stems of the flowers look “;not so pretty”; so I am always trying to find ways to disguise the stems. In the past, I have used sisal and burlap. This time, I used decorative washi tape that coordinated with my table linens and dishware.

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This is so simple! Wrap washi tape around the bottom of a vase and that’;s it.

Pick any tape colors that you love.

Done!

In under 10 minutes (really 30 seconds…;.), I created a DIY summer vase for our birthday table. Kind of fun right?

There are so many different colors and patterns of washi tape, the possibilities are endless. Next time you are adding flowers to a vase, try creating your own DIY summer vase for your tabletop. Ok, now for some more fun! Head over to these other fabulous bloggers and see what craft they have done in 10 minutes. You can also check out these awesome crafttutorials!

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