How to Make a Pedestal Vase

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       This is an inexpensive and easy project straight from 
the thrift store! 

How to Make a Pedestal Vase. Homeroad.net


All you need for this easy project is to grab some candle sticks from either the thrift store or the dollar store. 

Glue them to the bottom of a couple of cylinder vessels also readily found at the thrift store. 

I'm balancing a weight on the top until the glue dries! 

How to Make a DIY Pedestal Vase. Homeroad.net

Tie a bow around the candle stick and you are done! 

Change out the bow for the season or holiday. 

How to Make a DIY Pedestal Vase using Thrift Store Finds. Homeroad.net

Fill the vase with your favorite things. 

Candy, moss balls, small collectibles, flowers... 


How to Make a Pedestal Vase using Thrift Store Finds. Homeroad.net

A pedestal makes all the difference and creates 
a beautiful look for pennies! 



Materials needed for this project:

glass vessels
ribbon or bow
candle sticks
E6000 glue





                                      

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  1. Genius! I love these...you are the most creative person I know!

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