Centerpiece: Per pinner... "It is DIY. It was my wedding centerpiece- we used tall vases with rocks at the base. It's burlap around the base with a bracket jewel from a craft store. Then it's real branches, battery operated lit branches, and a fake silver dollar plant in the vase."

DIY Centerpiece: Tall vases with rocks at the base. It's burlap around the base with a bracket jewel from a craft store. Then it's real branches, battery operated lit branches, and a fake silver dollar plant in the vase.

DIY Glitter Vase - so pretty for a wedding or as a Christmas decoration : My Kitchen Escapades

Glitter Vases for Wedding or Christmas Decorations - DIY Vase Centerpieces

Glitter vases are simple to make using dollar store vases! Easy and inexpensive centerpiece glass vase tutorial for a wedding, Christmas, party or holiday

Use dollar store glasses, rubber bands, and spray paint to make beautiful candle holders. by nelia

Use dollar store glasses, rubber bands, and spray paint to make beautiful candle holders. Use dollar store glasses, rubber bands, and spray paint to make beautiful candle holders.

love these twinkle lights with moss and mason jars, like a fairy tale. SMP

Byron Colby Barn Wedding by Kristin La Voie Photography

Perfect for a can replicate this vibe with gold dipped branches, fairy lights, tea light candles, mason jars and fake grass.the perfect collection!

If you're throwing a wine-themed wedding, here's a cheap center piece idea that's environmentally friendly to boot. Collect bottles and corks from your family and friends and you won't have to spend a dime on the bulk of the project! The total cost of one centerpiece as seen above is just under $5!  Supplies:  	A vase (the one displayed is 9 inches tall and 3.25 inches across and is from a dollar store) 	Wine bottle 	Corks 	Roll of twine 	Ruler 	Scissors 	X-acto knife 	Cutting board…

If you're throwing a wine-themed wedding, here's a cheap center piece idea that's environmentally friendly to boot. Collect bottles and corks from your family and friends and you won't have to spend a dime on the bulk of the project! The total cost of one

Love the sequins floating in the jar! Taking crafty to a whole new level.

DIY sequin flower vase :) All you have to do to is sprinkle some sequins into the bottom of the vase before you fill it with water. And after you arrange the flowers, the stems will disperse the sequins to give your vase just the right amount of glitz

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