I have been so excited to welcome this very special guest to the May Arts Ribbon Blog! Please help me welcome Heather Mann from Dollar Store Crafts! It is always so much fun working with this talented lady and hope you enjoy her project as much as I did.
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A $25 gift card to our store!
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And that’s not all! Be sure to visit Heather at Dollar Store Crafts for more prizes!
Now for some ribbony inspiration:
Display the finery of fall with a quick and simple DIY burlap ribbon vase made out of a milk bottle. This quick and easy project will take you just minutes to make, and will help dress up your kitchen counter or make a good gift for a teacher or neighbor.
Other Supplies Used:
- Milk bottle or any jar
- Felt leaf cutout
- Hot glue gun and glue sticks
Step one: Cut a piece of 3” burlap ribbon that fits around the circumference of the bottle plus about 1”.
Step two: Hot glue one end of the ribbon to the bottle.
Step three: Fold the other end of the ribbon.
Step four: Hot glue the folded end of the ribbon to the bottle.
Step five: Wrap the orange and white baker’s twine around the burlap ribbon several times, and tie it, then trim the end of the tie.
Step six: Hot glue the felt leaf cutout to the front of the vase.
Fill with your favorite fall flowers!