DIY flower vase for Mother’s Day
So many people struggle to find the right flowers for Mother’s Day. While we want to send a bouquet that she will love, we also want it to prove unique and fit our budgets. Of course, it’s not just the flowers that are important. It’s also essential that you present your blooms in the right vase. Yes, you could buy a vase but you could also take the time to create your very own DIY flower vase. Here are some of the main benefits of the DIY approach.
If you take the time to create your DIY flower vase, it will surely help you stick to your Mother’s Day gift budget. You can use a container that you already have at home and decorate it according to the theme or colour scheme of your choice. Even if the item is not waterproof, you can still use it but make sure you place a glass or plastic jar inside to hold the water.
If you enjoy arts and crafts, making a DIY flower vase will certainly prove therapeutic. It is both relaxing and highly rewarding when you see the results of all your hard work. It’s also an excellent way to take a break from your usual routine.
Help from the kids
There’s nothing like a DIY flower vase to help get your children involved in the Mother’s Day celebrations this year. Not only will it be a great way of bonding with your children, but it will also give them that sense of creating something special for mum. Your children might not be able to buy a gift for mum which is why a DIY gift is perfect.
What to use
You can use anything from old tins and jars to watering cans or anything that will hold flowers. You can decorate your DIY flower vase with decoupage, paint, fabric or just about any medium. There are dozens of ideas online if you feel like you are lacking in the creativity department.
Now that you know more about all these amazing benefits, what are you waiting for? Get planning and create the most beautiful and thoughtful DIY flower vase mum has ever seen! Even once the flowers perish, she can still use the vase to display dried blooms, artificial flowers or even fresh blooms from your garden.