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Make a bird’s nest vase…

Welcome to the 4th day of the 6 days of Spring! I have to tell you that this is probably one of the easiest projects I have ever done! In keeping with the “natural theme” this week, I wanted to make a more interesting vase for some beautiful tulips I bought. All you need is a mason jar, a bit of wire and some angel hair grapevine.
 I took the grapevine wreath that I found at the craft store, and I wrapped it around a mason jar. I just added my water and set my flowers inside.

A nest vase!
It was  a bit messy, but it looks so. darn. cute!!
 I wired it together in 2 places to keep the grapevine together, but for the most part, it kind of stuck together.
How cute would these be for a shower centerpiece, grouped at 3 different heights?
I just love how it looks like the flowers are growing right out of the nest!
Trader Joe’s has Tulips and Hyacinths  super cheap right now, so I have been picking up a bunch or two every week for a little burst of spring.
I can’t believe it’s day 4 already! I wanted to let you know that Fabulously Creative Friday will be back next week; but we have  a big spring linky party on Monday with a $250 Pottery Barn gift card giveaway!
Make sure you visit the other participating bloggers and their fab projects below!
And I want to welcome my new sponsor, Sew a Fine seam. Her stuff is so cute, and I am so happy to have her along!

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