Sweet and Simple Bud Vases

Flowers! Everywhere! It’s pretty much, hands-down, my favorite time of the year, the time when the flowers bloom and I can have a rotating vase of fresh daffodils/tulips/azaleas livening up our home.

Nix the tall bouquets though—bud vases are my favorite. They’re so lightweight and dainty and perfect for small spaces like windowsills, my bedside table, and my office desk.

Bud vase DIY tutorial.

I own my fair share of bud vases (the one shown above is from CB2 and a personal favorite), but I’m often finding myself saving little jars and bottles too, because great packaging is abundant, and anything miniature is invariably adorable, especially as a vase for flowers. Baking supplies often come in smaller glass containers, as do many relishes and seasonings, and don’t forget baby food jars, because you can pick up one of those for around 50-cents.

Common household jars are upcycled as bud vases.

With the help of a little Goo Gone to remove adhesive residue on the outside of the container, they can be ready for your windowsill in no time flat.

Common household jars become bud vases for weddings, parties, and home decor.

Looking for other bud vases? Here are some that you can buy:

9 Responses

  1. AsharSeo says:

    valuable information you have. Keep up the good work you are doing here…..comprar celular en amazon

  2. AsharSeo says:

    urge to be with you using a special kind of relationship drama men can't resist….fp mailing

  3. @mena99260 says:

    This site is a leading resource for information about the Aaron Fox Drama Method PDF book and logical attraction guide that teaches you cutting-edge techniques for making a man want you, creating an intense level of chemistry, and sparking an uncontrollable urge to be with you using a special kind of relationship drama men can't resist. –

  4. e-forex says:

    Hmm, I didn�t realize that you need informations about someone may have such observations. Very interesting article. Thanks:)

  5. Gladys says:

    I found shot gasses in some unique styles that also make great bud vases. I've displayed lily of the valley, violets and pansies in them…

    • john says:

      After this lecture several things you need informations about are much more obvious, so I wanted to thank you for these information. Many, many thanks! – resource


About Emily Fazio 


I caught the home improvement bug at an early age, and now I'm a full-time DIYer living in Rochester, NY. The projects I cover on my blog Merrypad range ...

More About Emily Fazio