DIY Rustic Vase For Spring Decor

DIY Rustic Vase For Spring Decor

The easiest spring home decor is to add lots of spring flowers in your home. To do that, you need beautiful vases to compliment the flowers. To add vase collection, I made a diy rustic vase that would be pretty for spring decor.


I made this simple diy vase in rustic style with a drawing of flowers carriage and a spring sentiment. Things that you need to prepare are not much, there are:

  • Thick tissue core.
  • White paint
  • Paint brush
  • Drawing pen
  • Organic rope


Let’s go through these easy diy steps to make a rustic vase for your spring decor:

  1. Cut a circle cardboard to cover the bottom core and glue it.
  2. Paint the tissue core in white effortless and in thin layer, so the kraft color would still appear slightly to make a rustic look. Leave it dry.
  3. Draw the flowers carriage with drawing pen and write the word spring.
  4. Wrap the top and bottom rustic vase with organic rope.
  5. I gave some purple chrysant for more rustic feeling.


Flowers here and there; cheers your home with spring spirit. Another diy spring vase for home decor is fantastic choice to save more money but still able to bring the beauty of spring to your home. This rustic vase has added more variation to my home decor, and those whom falling in love with rustic style, this rustic vase is a great inspiration for your diy spring decor. For more spring DIYs, please follow me and you can pin me now on Pinterest!



See you!

Welcoming more spring creativity!


I played at Paint Party Friday and entered some challenges for my DIY Rustic Vase For Spring Decor.Β to:

  1. Craft Rocket Challenges – Flowers
  2. Try It On Tuesday – Inspired By A Word
  3. A Perfect Time To Craft – Anything goes
  4. Get Creative – Anything But A Card
  5. Love To Craft – Anything Goes
  6. Altered Eclectics – Anything Goes
  7. Rhedds Creative Spirit – Anything Goes
  8. A Bit More Time To CraftΒ – Anything Goes


60 thoughts on “DIY Rustic Vase For Spring Decor”

  1. This is really lovely. I would have to use a stamp myself though, as I can’t draw to save my life! You certainly can! Thank you for entering your project at Rhedd’s Creative Spirit. Sammy-x

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  2. What a fabulous design! I love the shabby chic style that you created, your drawing and wording looks amazing 😁. I hope you have had a lovely week and thanks so much for joining us at Try it on Tuesday! J 😊 x

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  3. What a great idea!! The last photo of the flowers in the completed vase are stunning. I’m a lover of flowers (and plants) and this is just a perfect way to display them. Very nice.

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  4. Seeing as I can’t draw a straight line with a ruler, I immediately thought of decoupaging a rubber stamp design stamped on tissue paper. Love your idea!

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  5. No waaaaaaays Mel, I would never in a million years guess that your vase started out as a humble cardboard roll. NEVER!!!! It’s just brilliant

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    1. Aww…you’re too sweet Michelle! I didn’t do much to the roll, totally effortless, just a little sketch added πŸ™‚ Thank you! Thank you!


  6. Your rustic spring decor vase looks great! The picture and lettering you drew on the vase look great! My drawing skills are seriously lacking, so I would have to use stamp or stencil as suggested in earlier comment. Thank you for sharing!

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    1. I know… that’s why I keep lots of “trash” :), because it’s such a pity to just throw them away, while they actually have potential to become something pretty and useful. Thanks Huguette!

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      1. Sure if you have the talent it’s a pity indeed 😊 I find it hard to throw lot of things but I don’t have the talent or the time
        My pleasure 😊

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