Upcycled Glass Vases

October 14, 2014

Inspired by West Elm, I was able to upcycle some thrifted glass vases. I would love to hear if anyone else tries this great home decor project.

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Upcycled Glass Vases

If you are anything like me, I have a love for home decor that has a high price tag.  On a recent shopping trip, I was browsing in a home store in the mall for a client when I fell in love with some stoneware vases that ranged from $39-$49 each.  Of course, to create the look I wanted in my master bedroom, I wanted a cluster of three which would have cost me upwards of $140.

Now as much as I enjoy those pricey accessories with their handcrafted goodness, I am also continually looking for ways to upcycle items to keep them from going in the landfill.  So, for this episode of DIY Thursdays with Janeane, I am going to take an item that is always in stock at Goodwill of Orange County: glass vases.  In every Goodwill store location I have been to, there is a total aisle…

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