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Mini May Day Recycled Vases

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Recycled crafts don't get much more fun than these Mini May Day Recycled Vases. You'll have a blast collecting materials like twigs and flowers for this green craft. This is such a fun craft that celebrates Earth Day and the spring. Switch up your spring crafts this year by incorporating used materials that are natural and man-made. You won't believe that used yogurt containers could make such cute mini vases. Change to Enjoy these teeny tiny vases - be sure to display them all around your house.

Mini May Day Recycled Vases

Materials:

  • Old yogurt container (or any other recycled container with straight sides)
  • Twigs
  • Glue
  • White paper/pen
  • Ribbon
  • Flowers

Instructions:

  1. Gather some twigs from outside. Snap twigs to the approximate size of the yogurt container and glue to side. Allow glue to mostly dry before moving on to another side. Or, if you’re making multiples, work on another “basket” while the first one dries.

    Mini May Day Recycled Vases
     
  2. Punch holes in two adjacent corners.

    Mini May Day Recycled Vases
     
  3. Cut a .5 x 4 inch piece of paper. Cut the ends and fold inward to resemble a banner.

    Mini May Day Recycled Vases
     
  4. After writing May Day message, glue in place over sticks.

    Mini May Day Recycled Vases
     
  5. Add the ribbon to the back, add water, some flowers and hang on a friendly neighbor's doorknob.

    Mini May Day Recycled Vases

 

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