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DIY VINTAGE JAR VASES

BLUE HYDRANGEAS TABLESCAPE FOR SUNDAYS EASTER DINNER

Today I am sharing these DIY Vintage Jar Vases perfect for any spring tablescape. Since Easter s around the corner, these would be great for my Easter table.

I love cooking for my family during the holidays, It feel like a gift I give them. So I try to keep the decor simple. I m planning to create a simple but colorful tablescape with blue hydrangeas. With the mixture of random glass jars and the vintage labels, this should be perfect for Spring Tablescape.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED

  • Random Jars
  • Vintage Labels
  • Flowers
  • Crafts Glue

I found my labels from the graphics fairy and you are welcome to use them for this project. They have so many different kinds of labels. I love a mixture of vintage labels from old perfume label to a pharmacy label. My favorite is the labels names after herb plants.

 

BLUE HYDRANGEAS TABLESCAPE FOR SUNDAYS EASTER DINNER

INSTRUCTIONS

Clean the jars well before applying glue. Dry the jars well and use a small brush to apply the glue. You can use any kind of craft glue.

 

I love the way the vases turned out. You can use these labels on bottles to make gift ideas. Here is the printables french labels you can download.

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17 Comments

  1. This looks so gorgeous! I love the labels on the glass jars, did you make those?

    1. I have been collecting jars and I found these printables through Blesser Home Blog.

      Thanks

  2. The simplicity of your table setting against the vista of your southern coastal environment is quite stunning. Hope you had a happy Easter holiday weekend.

  3. Maria hoping your Easter was filled with family and fun. We also like to eat orzo a lot here in Greece but for the big day we splurge and have lamb.

  4. Hydrangeas are my absolute favorite. What a beautiful tablescape. Saving for spring entertaining!

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