DIY Natural Arrangement in Glass
Happy Monday! It’s the second Monday of the month and you all know what that means right? It’s time for another Dose of DIY . This month we will be share some great ideas using glass bottles, vases , mason Jars or just anything glass. Today I will be sharing a DIY Natural Arrangement in glass using a mixture of glass vases, bottles, cylinders and votives in a natural Spring setting.
Using natural elements to create a centerpiece is one of my favorite things to do, best part, It’s free! Today I will be sharing a fast and easy way to bring the outside in to create a fresh and natural arrangement from clipping you can find right in your own yard. In my opinion there is nothing like a beautiful green bouquet of naturals arranged in clear glass vases.
Sometimes just a few pieces from the yard can lend you more than you think. You love them in your yard, why not enjoy some inside?
Finding vases and other glass pieces can be easily found at thrift stores costing you almost next to nothing , or shop your home, you will be surprised at what you may already have. This post contains affiliate links for your convenience, for disclosure click here .
Clipping from yard
Using a wooden charger for the base of the arrangement not only gives you something to build on, but also gives a natural feel to carry your natural centerpiece.
Using variation of glass vases in different shapes, sizes and heights adds interest and allows your arrangement to flow with the pieces of greenery you have chosen for your centerpiece
Grouping your vases
Using the hurricane vase for the center, build around it with tallest to the back, medium size to the sides and the smallest to the front tucking your middle glass pieces in between.
Building arrangement with natural elements
While shopping your yard look for some high and low pieces of greenery.
Whether your greenery is a over grown shrub or maybe something that your not quite sure of even if it’s a weed, but you love the shape and it brings interest to your natural centerpiece, clip it and bring it on in.
Arranging your Centerpiece
Fill in with asparagus fern or something similar. Play around with it until you get the look you are satisfied with. Add Water this will help keep your centerpiece fresh until you next time you shop your yard again.
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If you liked this idea on decorating with glass, you may enjoy this Spring decorating in Glass idea
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