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Recycled Newspaper Vase DIY

By: Gail Griffin from
Recycled Newspaper Vase DIY
Recycled Newspaper Vase DIY
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Stop throwing away your newspapers, and try this Recycled Newspaper Vase DIY instead! Paper, including newspapers, is one of the largest wastes in today's environment. So, if you're trying to be more environmentally-conscious, this green crafting project is a great way to reduce your paper waste. Using the newspapers that you throw away daily or you have piled on your kitchen table, you can create a cute newspaper vase to place your plants in. This DIY vase will make a lovely addition to your home, and it'll make it even greener! 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsPaint, Paper

Primary TechniqueGreen Crafting

Type of Paper UsedNewspaper


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Really! This is made from recycled newspaper. What a cleaver and unique DIY project. I would guess this would be the ultimate up-cycle project as you are taking such a typical item and making a valuable piece that can be used for years to come.

DIY recycle projects are one of my favorite to make. Having the ability to keep something out of the landfills and retain it to use over and over is cool. Depending on the size of this item, it could easily be a pencil cup or a vase to hold artificial flowers and because you paint the item you can match it to compliment any room in your home. Great project!


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