DIY Fall Vase

5 Materials
30 Minutes

DIY Fall decor is a great way to save money but also add something new to your home! Decorate for Fall on a budget with this easy, inexpensive, festive DIY vase. It's the perfect addition to your Fall decorations without spending a lot of money but still making your decor look refreshed and unique.

Step 1- measure your vases to determine how tall and wide each piece of fabric needs to be.  Leave 1/2 inch on each side for overlap.  (this is where you will put the glue) and cut the fabric accordingly

Step 2- lay the vase over the fabric centered so that you have 1/2 inch of fabric to spare on the top and bottom and roll the vase as far to the right side as possible, leaving an inch to spare.  (see pic)

Step 3- squeeze hot glue onto the right side of the vase, making a vertical line from top to bottom then cover the glue with the right side of the fabric

Step 4-roll the vase all the way over from right to left until you only have a small flap of fabric left on the left side. Place another line of hot glue from top to bottom on the left side and cover it up with the remaining fabric (just like you did in step 3)

Step 5-squeeze hot glue around the outer perimeter of the bottom of the vase and cover up the glue by folding over the 1/2 inch of extra fabric
Step 6- squeeze hot glue around the interior perimeter of the top of the vase and cover up the glue by folding the remaining 1/2 inch of extra fabric over the glue and inside the vase.
And then you have a pretty vase to add your favorite Fall foliage to!
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  • Mary Njus
    Mary Njus
    on Sep 5, 2020

    I do this every fall Xmas season. To keep the $35 cost down to even less...use an old flannel shirt, thrift store vases and even cover just the lower 1/2 or 2/3 of the vase if you have only scraps. But I love the brown and cream color of your material. The cream colored pumpkin really pops! Thanks for the inspiration.

  • Debbie
    on Nov 6, 2020

    I sew the fabric into a sleeve and slide the vase into it. The seam is in the back, so you don't see it. I have one for each season.

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