With spring right around the corner, I’ve looked around the house seeing what I want to change. Normally I would buy new stuff and donate the old, but with trying to save money I decided to try to repurpose some of the decor I already have.
I’m REALLY loving all the gold accents everywhere, so I decided to add a few of them to my home for the spring. I started with a quick and easy update to a vase.
This vase is a gift from a friend and has been a staple in my home for a long time. I didn’t want it to be a permanent change. Just something fun for the season. I found some cute twine at Target in their Deal Spots for $1 per role. I used 3 packs since my vase is less than a foot tall. This little spruce cost less than $5 and took under 10 minutes to complete.
- Double sided tape
1. Tie all 3 strings around the top of the bottle/vase. To hide the fringes from the knot, I wrapped the twine over them for a cleaner look.
2. Separate each string through your fingers. Start turning vase keeping them from overlapping. Keep going until you reach the bottom.
3. To hold the twine in place, put a piece of double sided tape at the bottom of the vase and continue wrapping twine around the vase until it is fully covered. The tape will keep the twine in place and make it easy to clean up when you’re ready to change it up. Cut excess twine.
IT’S THAT SIMPLE!
Now you have a fun new spring item for your home! What are some fun, budget friendly diy projects you are doing for spring? Let me know in the comments.
Side note: I wanted a more carefree look to this vase, so I loosen the twine as i went.
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