Rustic Wall Vase

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You may already have all you need to make this project...

In my pile of junk creative supplies
I already had everything I needed to make this
rustic wall vase.

A beautifully distressed old piece of fence board, 
a pipe clamp, and a bottle with a swing top...
(swing top bottles are currently sold with fancy water in them)

I drilled a hole in the back of the pipe clamp and 
screwed it to the fence board.

I tightened the clamp around the bottle and added 
wire to the back for a hanger.

A sprig of flowers,
and it's hanging around looking beautiful!

The TV stand was repurposed from a china cabinet.


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  1. I could make a version of that --- wine bottles? Darling project!

  2. I do believe that I have everything on hand to make this project....thanks for the how-to!

  3. how cute! Love the rustic feel!
    I'm going to be starting on my tv stand (that matches yours) next week!


  4. how cute! love the rustic feel!

    I'm going to be starting on my tv stand (that matches yours) next week!

    ps delete the above duplicate comment please. :)

  5. That is so cute. Thanks for sharing.

  6. What a fun fast project~ Thanks for sharing it!

  7. This is a great project idea. I love the rustic-ness of it. And yes, I do think all of this is stashed somewhere around here.

  8. I have all the goodies, too! Thanks for the idea!

  9. Love's awesome! Thanks for sharing with us...hugs...


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