Test Tube Wall Vase

All I needed for this simple project was a test tube, a piece of wood, and a clamp.

The reclaimed piece of wood is painted with a quick coat of white paint.

The metal clamp was from my stash of metal parts...
I can't even tell you what most of these pieces actually are.

Two screws holds the test tube in place securely.

The test tube can be removed for cleaning by just loosening the screws.

You can use real flowers with a little water in the test tube or faux flowers like I did here with a little Spanish moss.

This project was sold on Instagram while I 
was posting real time pictures of the process.

If you like wall vases take a look at these projects...

See the DIY on these past Homeroad projects by clicking on the links below.

Test Tube wall vase www.homeroad.net
Painted Mason Jar Wall Vase.
Test Tube wall vase www.homeroad.net
Rustic Wall Vase.

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  1. Where diddid you find those bins?

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