Coffee [used Grounds] and Mason Jar Flower Vase


If you peaked into my pantry or various cabinets in my kitchen you would see dozens of mason jars, in all different sizes. There is something about drinking out of a mason jar that makes me feel connected to the great outdoors, even if I am living in the middle of a city. By simply taking a mason jar, some ground coffee [to look like soil] and fresh cut flowers from the garden, you can create a beautiful flower vase that not only looks great, but smells great too! The coffee grounds will naturally deodorize the room in addition to the beautiful scent that will be given off by the flowers you have selected.
Air Freshening Flower Vase
You will need:
- a mason jar of any size
- fresh cut flowers (to freshen the air)
- ground coffee (to look like soil and to freshen the air)
- small sandwich bag or flower tubes to increase the life of your flowers
- elastic band
Full directions can be found at the link below.
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