Repurpose: Glass Insulators as Succulent Vases!
I found these vintage glass insulators hiding in the garage at an estate sale. The aqua glass was so pretty , I thought they would make lovely vases...
I often start in the garage at estate sales for this very reason--some of the best finds may be tucked away there!
Though these look almost identical, when flipped over one would stand on its own but the other would not. Setting it on a candlestick gave it just enough support plus I liked the difference in height. Last, I added moss and faux succulents.
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Published May 16th, 2015 2:56 PM
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Diana Heisterhagen on May 16, 2015The Insulators are made by the LOCKE Corp.here in Baltimore. 5 minutes from my home. These insulators contain a lot of lead, in the glass process to make them. It is not the paint.
Cecilia MyThriftStoreAddiction on May 18, 2015@Hannah V Thanks so much!
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