This project didn't cost me a dime. Did I mention that I still have 5.5 lbs of jute rope left over from this project?
Do you want to try it? Here's what you need:
- Cheap glass container - mine is one of the freebies that came when The Hubster sent me flowers a while back. Thanks, baby! They're a dime a dozen at Goodwill. The vase. Not The Hubster.
- Jute rope - I'm down to only 5 lbs left from my roll. What WILL I do?
- Glue gun
- Diet Dr. Pepper - This is a must
- Hint of lime tortilla chips - entirely at your discretion
This is so simple, I feel kind of silly showing you how to do it.
And that's it! I filled mine with some dogwood branches from the backyard. I love the rustic texture of the vase.
Aerial shot! This DIY jute vase Works for Me!
Giving credit: This post was inspired by what Thrifty Decor Chick did with some sisal twine and a Goodwill vase after she was inspired by Ballard Designs.
Do you want some more inspiration?
Did you get your copies of Remodeling Guy's and The Nester's e-books? What are you waiting for??? They're both seriously great reading! And they're FREE!
Even more inspiration...
Handkerchief hanging vases: laurie cinotto art + craft
Pottery Barn inspired paint job: Paint with Personality
Outdoor buffet makeover: The Pleasures of Homemaking
Painting over paneling: Be This Way
Door arrangement redo: Sweet Pea (look what she used as the base!!!)
Blooming drawers!: nannygoat