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  • Tallahassee, FL

Farmhouse Wood Framed Flower Vase Centerpiece

3 Materials
1 Hour

This simple and easy flower vase will bring loads of charm to your dinner table for events or just family dinners. All you need are a few items and you can create this inexpensive wood framed flower vase.

farmhouse wood framed flower vase centerpiece

Step 1

With most projects it is good to gather all your tools and supplies. Here is a list of what you will need.

  • Saw
  • Drill
  • 2" dill bit
  • Finishing nails, hammer or nail gun
  • Measuring tape
  • 1 x 4 x 4 foot long
  • Pencil
farmhouse wood framed flower vase centerpiece

Step 2

Begin by cutting the boards. 2 cut at 16 1/2" and 2 cut at 4"

farmhouse wood framed flower vase centerpiece

Step 3

Clamp the two long ends with the 4" piece in the middle and nail them together.

Repeat the process on the other end.

farmhouse wood framed flower vase centerpiece

Step 4

Drill holes on the ends 2 1/4" from the edge to the edge of the hole. Do this on both ends.

Then mark the center and drill the center hole.

farmhouse wood framed flower vase centerpiece

Step 5

Now paint your frame and add the Martinelli apple juice jars by placing them inside the wooden box.

I used chalk paint. Here is a post that shows you .

Once the paint is dry sand down the finish a little for a more farmhouse look.

farmhouse wood framed flower vase centerpiece

Your flower centerpiece is finished.

You can use it in your home to place flowers in through the year.

farmhouse wood framed flower vase centerpiece

Or you can use it as a centerpiece for parties or a fancy dinner for your family.

farmhouse wood framed flower vase centerpiece

If you would like more ideas on how to decorate your table with this centerpiece try my using this framed flower vase.

And if you would like to see a step by step video on how to make this lovely wooden frame flower vase click the link below.

Suggested materials:

  • Pencil  (Walmart)
  • Chalk Paint, brush and glass Martinelli jars  (Amazon)
  • Wood, saw, drill, drill bit, measuring tape, clamp  (Lowes)

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  • Abigail Ellis
    on Mar 10, 2019

    This is beautiful!!

  • Miss Denise
    on Apr 5, 2019

    looks so nice, and love your flowers! you have also given me an idea Linda to make little wooden single display drink stands, to hold my kids drink in, no spills lol! Thanks so much for sharing!

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