How I Made Wall Vases From Repurposed Spice Jars and Wood Frames

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I picked up two cute wood frames and paired them with vintage spice jars I had in my stash to create wall vases. My first plan was to use wire to just hang the jars inside of the frames and then I spotted a roll of wire mesh cloth (gutter guard). My plans changed. I cut pieces of the wire mesh and attached them to the frames first before wrapping wire around the jars and hooking them to the wire mesh. These
Wall vases
Wall vases
all of the components
all of the components
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Adina Johnson @ Simply Country Life

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  • Dianneperrin
    on Apr 21, 2016

    What are easy points?

    • Roberta Paradine
      on May 31, 2016

      I think they probably are glazing points. They are used to hold glass into frames - windows and picture frames. I found them at Home Depot.

  • Dianneperrin
    on May 1, 2016

    where do you get Easy Points and what are they?

    • Roberta Paradine
      on May 31, 2016

      I think they probably are glazing points. They are used to hold glass into frames - windows and picture frames. I found them at Home Depot.

  • Dee
    on Sep 10, 2016

    Hello, These look really cute and lovely. I was wondering how you remove the bottles to empty the water out to refresh it and clean inside the bottles. I think you said the wire around the bottles is twisted or tied on?

    • Hi Dee, the little glass jars are wired on. I wrapped the wire completely around the jar first and then used the ends of the wire to make little "hooks" to hang on the wire screen.

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