DIY Coastal Decor: How to Make a Driftwood Vase

Looking for a way to use driftwood found on your beach vacation? Well, I haven't been lucky enough to find it on my own, but I purchased a box of driftwood on Etsy back in January and this is the second project I've made from it. I love how this driftwood vase adds a little coastal decor to our covered porch.
Love coastal decor? Find out how to make a driftwood vase by clicking the link in the description.
Supplies you'll need other than the driftwood are a glass jar, hot glue, sandpaper and jute twine. Tools needed: a saw to cut the wood
I used an old candle jar to make the vase.
Braided jute twine

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  • Bonnie Dodge
    Bonnie Dodge
    on Dec 20, 2014

    I'm interested in the price you paid for the driftwood. Also how many or large was the order?? I love the your driftwood vase!!! What a Great idea!! Thanks for your time ;)

  • Zoe Whitaker
    Zoe Whitaker
    on Apr 11, 2015

    i collected a ton of driftwood...large to small..made wreaths etc...lots of smalls left ..think i will recyle some plastic jugs cut down and add to for planters

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