DIY Floating Plant Vases

Posted By Gudy Herder / September 19, 2014 / 6 Comments

DIY floating vases

Hi dear Eclectic Trends readers! Mette from monsterscircus here with another project, you lovelies. So, how are you? As autumn arrives in the northern hemisphere, it’s perfect to focus more on the inside decorations. The summer’s plant trend is still rumbling and creating green surroundings at home is a perfect excuse for you to make some green extravaganza for your space.

So let’s do it!

Supplies:

Vases

Jewelry wire 0,5 mm or nylon thread

Scissors

All kinds of beads (crystal, wood) & sea urchins

DIY floating vases

Step 1.

Cut a long piece of wire.

DIY floating vases

Step 2.

Thread the wire with beads – placed at different distances.

Use multi-colored or crystal beads for a lively look and remember to add those charming sea urchins.

DIY-Floating-Vase-threading-the-beads

Step 3.

Wrap the wire around the vase and make a knot at the top of the vase – and that’s it!

Acquire or gather a collection of the hanging vases and hang them at various heights.

DIY floating vases

The idea of the hanging vases goes way back, but I love this new refreshing & embellished look – and for me floating objects are real eye treats, what do you think?

Rather than getting the usual bunch of flowers for friends, instead you could give an embellished colour-personalized vase and add sprigs from the garden or cuttings from your favorite houseplant. If you’re going to throw a small gathering your guest would love to enjoy these botanical discoveries above the dining table.

DIY floating vases

This project is almost too simple, but there’s so many variations possible, and best of all, it’s budget friendly.

So what do you think? You’ve already tried to add a little height to your space with hanging vases? I’ve placed these hanging vases in our entrance and I must say they are certainly conversations starters!

DIY floating vases

DIY floating vases

Stunning when hung in multiples or enjoy just one in a special spot.

Thank you so much for reading, looking forward to see you next month and remember: It only needs something small to look great!

DIY floating vases

 

Please find here more of Mettte’s inspiring DIY projects.

gudysan

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6 Comments

  • September 19, 2014 at 7:26 am

    I love this idea. Pretty sure I’m going to try to do this at my next open studio event. It will be a big hit for sure!

    • September 24, 2014 at 9:34 am

      Hi Blenda.
      That sounds wonderful Blenda, thank you very much! Ahh what a great idea, it would be perfect for an open studio event:-) Would love to see some peak of the event! Have a great day.

  • Dani H
    September 19, 2014 at 1:05 pm

    LOVE! But then, I love all of your projects, Mette. The sea urchins are delightful!

    • September 24, 2014 at 9:36 am

      Oh Dani! You always make me incredible happy with your enthusiasm and kind word. Yes the sea urchins are truly enchanting – Thank you very much Dani and have a happy day!

  • September 19, 2014 at 11:01 pm

    What a lovely idea, so very sweet, and especially love them grouped x

    • September 24, 2014 at 9:38 am

      Hi Emma.
      So glad you enjoyed the project – yes you’re absolutely right, there’s always something special about small collections! Thank you Emma and have a lovely day!

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