The snow is melting and spring is on its way and we all know the saying April showers bring May flowers. And those flowers are going to need a vase live in. Making this super simple Art Deco Vase is the perfect solution.
But while we are waiting for those May flowers to to fill our wonderful new vase why not do on a nature walk and pick out some fallen sticks to give your Art Deco Vase an extra modern look.
- red, blue, yellow, grey or white paint,
- a sponge
- Creamer bottle
- yarn (not sure how long but at least 2 or 3 metres)
- Stones (optional)
Take the label off the creamer bottle, put the label and the lid in the recycling.
Add Glue to one section of the bottle starting at the bottom. Glue all the way around the bottle. Glue the yarn around the bottle wrapping it as close and as tight as you can. You should not see any white of the bottle.
Once the section is done, add glue to the next section and continue all the way till you’ve covered the whole bottle. If your piece of yarn runs out out, don’t worry just get another one and start gluing where you left off. Cut off any excess yarn.
While the bottle is drying, take a nature walk to find 2 or 3 sticks that are about 12” longer then the bottle.
Option — pick up some stones and place inside the yarn wrapped bottle to help weigh it down.
Put your sticks in the bottle then paint then bright colours. Alternatively you can glue the left over yarn around the sticks just as you did the bottle.
Don’t forget to take a picture of your Craft and tag us on Instagram @kreativekidswpg