DIY Vases For St-Valentine Flowers: Red Carnations

St-Valentine’s: Simple DIY Vases

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Happy St-Valentine’s!

I am sure, girls, today you have got amazing beautiful bouquets from your loving boyfriends!
The flowers are beautiful on their own, and there is really no need to use sophisticated fancy vases.
Let me show you some creative and simple vases made of jars and bottles!
Some of them are mine, and some I found on Pinterest.

I love these red carnations.  These flowers are not expensive (I paid around $5), but they definitely are capable to make a statement!
The vase is a simple jar that used to contain some veggies mix.

DIY Vases For St-Valentine Flowers: Red Carnations

DIY Vases For St-Valentine Flowers: Red Carnations

Last St-Valentine’s my boyfriend gave me three sunflowers.
It was the most original bouquet I have ever got!

DIY Vases For St-Valentine Flowers: Snflowers

Dahlias are perfect flowers.
I am always amazed to see how perfect and neat the nature can be.
I used them to decorate the Finds From Mega Swap 2012 photo session.

DIY Vases For St-Valentine Flowers: Dahlias

I love white gerbers. They are so… unreal.
They seem to be made of plaster by a genius sculptor.
I also put gerbers into transparent wine bottles.

DIY Vases For St-Valentine Flowers: Gerbers

DIY Vases For St-Valentine Flowers: Gerbers

And some pictures that I found for you on Pinterest.

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DIY Vases For St-Valentine Flowers

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DIY Vases For St-Valentine Flowers

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DIY Vases For St-Valentine Flowers

Happy St-Valentine’s

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