Bud Vase with Farmhouse Stencil

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Spring is the perfect time for fresh flowers. 

Farmhouse Bud Vase with Farmhouse Stencil


This cute farmhouse project started out with a simple crate from reclaimed wood. 

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Farmhouse Bud Vase from pallet wood

I added metal tape with small nails along the edge of the crate for decoration. 

Farmhouse Bud Vase with metal trim from pallet wood

Using an inexpensive chip brush I dry brushed a coat of white chalked paint sparingly so the crate wood showed through. 

Dry brushed rustic crate for bud vases

Next I added a farmhouse stencil to the side of the crate using charcoal chalked paint and a pig stencil. 

Bud Vase with farmhouse stencil

Small bottles fit perfectly inside to create a beautiful rustic place to display Spring flowers or in this case just a simple sprig of lavender. 

DIY Bud Vase with farmhouse stencil

DIY Bud Vase with farmhouse pig stencil

This is the perfect place to force a few forsythia buds. 


DIY Forsythia Bud Vase with farmhouse pig stencil

This one did not last long... SOLD before it got to the shop!

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4 comments

  1. This project is absolutely fabulous. I gotta try this. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thank you Ivory Jean, I'm so glad you like it. My daughter snatched it up for her house right away!

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