Valentine’s day as always been a self thought of Romance and Love. When looking at photo that features elegance romance and sophistication there are these trends of see through materials, flowers and sparkly which gives off a classic feel about them .
Well this year I wanted to do something that represent just that but with a budget friendly vibes.
Normally I would throw away my drink bottles but this time something spark in my head. Why not recycle this and at least look at the details on the bottle, it captivated me.
I told myself I could reuse this in a peculiar way hence the birth of my DIY Romance Vase for the first Valentine’s Day edition. Somehow I felt the necessity of choosing a spot to show case this beauty and what better place than my dressing table (It was previously own by my late Grandmother RIP). After all it was in dying need of a help…
The result was a delightful Romantic Aesthetically pleasing. View…..Well at least to me.
For this tutorial as previously mention, I decided to focus on my dressing table for reason such as
- It was so boring.
- Mostly the first thing I see when waking up.
- To add spice to my room.
- It best fit to my budget.
Romance Vase- Valentine’s day Edition tutorial.
Things you would need
A gift bag with a draw string
A pre-washed drink glass bottle or an old vase
Roses fresh or dried
Place the bottle into the gift bag to create the vase. This is to add interest and the fact that the bag material is a see through fabric it don’t overwhelm the glass bottle.
Adjust the drawstring slightly below the opening of the bottle’s mouth. This should be knotted, to secure from moving.
Insert your flower and arrange it to your aesthetic. I am so proud of myself with these mini dried roses. You can also use a different selection that you may have greenery, faux, sticks or whatever else is out there ….
Viola my finish look!
To me it was very easy, affordable and very time efficient for busy people like me and you (cause I always wonder where the minutes and seconds disappears to) also if you want to spice up you dressing table or any area lacking Romance. Then try this DIY Romance vase Valentine’s Day Edition, also this decor can be use beyond the Valentine’s day event depending on your liking with different colours or materials.