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Easy DIY Flower Holders!

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The most important thing about your listing is the way it looks. The appeal of the listing is the way you get buyers. Here's a quick and easy DIY on a way to spice up your next listing!

First things first, I found this DIY on Pinterest. I used the original pin as an inspiration. My version of this is not the same as that found on the DIY in Pinterest! I'll leave the link down below to the original post! Hope you guys like my inspired version of it!

  1. What you'll need:
    1. 4 Squares pieces of wood. I got mine from Michaels for 99 cents each!
    2. 4 mason jars! My local dollar store didn't have Mason Jars so I substituted it with Restaurant Sugar Dispensers.
    3. 4 Hooks for the back of the wood to hold the decorative piece onto the wall.
    4. Cloth to Make the Braided holder. I bought mine from Michaels.
    5. Paint to stain the wood.
  2. Next, I stained the wood, because the color I got from Michaels I really didn't like! So I just mixed a little bit of paint and diluted it with water and painted over the wood. I let it dry over night and wala! A new color for the wood!
  3. After that I started braiding the cloth! I just left about 2 inches from the top and then cut the piece into three strands and braided! The thicker the strands the bigger the braid, so it's up to your preference on how thick you want it to be!
  4. Now to keep the ends together before we nailed down the braid, I sewed them. You can also use fabric glue! I wouldn't recommend hot glue, because that doesn't stay well on cloth!
  5. Then I nail down the hooks on the back of the wood at a diagonal. 
  6. Following that, I nailed down the braided cloth to the wood piece, with the diameter being wide enough for the dispenser to fit in it.


Then you just fit the bottle into the braided part and you're done! I added pretty flowers in mine. But you don't have too! You can put anything you want! 
Keep it near your makeup area and put you're makeup brushes and other stuff in there. 

Keep it in the kitchen and put some cute decorations in it! 

Hang some up in the guest bathroom and put some cotton swabs and cotton balls in it! Maybe even tooth paste and toothbrushes! 

This quick DIY is adaptable to any area in your house! 

Hope you guys liked it! And if you make one, let me know how it came out!


Original DIY from: http://www.shelterness.com/diy-rustic-mason-jar-sconce/


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Joy Roussell, 713-898-3868