Glass vases are a great way to add a touch of elegance to any home decor. However, if you want to switch up the look of your glass vases or protect them from getting scratched or broken, it can be challenging to know what to use to cover them.
Fortunately, you can use plenty of items to give your glass vases a makeover without replacing them. This blog post will look at different ways to cover your vases.
6 Things You Can Use to Cover Glass Vases
Here are different items to cover your glass vases:
Fabric is a great way to cover glass vases. When choosing fabric for this project, it’s essential to ensure it’s sturdy enough to hold its shape around the vase. Choose one that will compliment your décor, and cut the fabric slightly more significant than the vase so it will cover it entirely. Once your fabric is cut to size, carefully wrap it around the vase and secure it with glue or tape.
Best Choices As Fabric
- Cotton or linen is a good choice, as it’s solid and easy to cover the glass vases.
- Other options to consider include burlap, felt, and even denim.
- For the design, you could choose a patterned fabric for a more detailed look or a solid color for something more understated.
2. Washi Tape
It is perfect for adding a unique and stylish touch to your glass vases. Washi tape is an excellent option for those who may need fabric or ribbon on hand. This tape comes in various colors, patterns, and textures and is easily removable if you decide to switch up your décor. Apply the tape to the outside of the vase, and it will look like a brand-new piece!
Here are some of the benefits of using washi tape:
- Easily removable
- It comes in a variety of colors, patterns, and textures
- Low cost
- Won’t damage the surface of your vase
Ribbon is an excellent material to use to cover your glass vases. It comes in various sizes and colors, so you can find the perfect one to match the look you’re going for.
Follow the below steps to cover your glass vases with ribbon:
- You can use hot glue or craft glue to adhere it to the vase.
- Then wrap it around several times to get an excellent, tight fit.
- It would be best if you also used ribbon to tie around the top of the vase to give it a more finished look.
- Use a thicker ribbon to ensure it will stay in place.
If you want a unique look, try adding decorative items like beads, feathers, or buttons to the ribbon before attaching them to the vase. The possibilities are endless!
With twine, you can create a simple and attractive look for your glass vases. To cover a vase with twine, you will need the following:
- a hot glue gun
- some twine
- Start by cutting the twine into pieces that are approximately one foot in length.
- If you have multiple colors of twine, mix them up to create a colorful look.
- Heat the glue gun, and apply hot glue around the base of the vase in small circles.
- Now, please take one of your twine pieces, and begin wrapping it around the vase, making sure to press it down onto the glue periodically.
- Continue to wrap the vase until it is covered with twine, then snip off any excess twine.
- Finally, allow the glue to dry before using the glass vases.
Burlap is helpful material for covering glass vases because it can be cut into any shape or size and is relatively inexpensive.
To cover a vase with burlap the following, you will need:
- burlap fabric
- hot glue gun and glue sticks
- tape measure and marker
Four Steps to Cover Your Glass Vases With Burlap
Step 1. Measure the circumference of your vase. Cut the burlap to the same circumference, allowing an extra inch or two for overlap.
Step 2. Apply a thin layer of hot glue along the outside edge of the vase. Starting at the top of the vase, start attaching the burlap by pressing it firmly against the hot glue.
Step 3. When you reach the bottom of the vase, use scissors to trim off any excess burlap. Secure the edges with a few more dots of hot glue.
Step 4. To finish, you can attach a ribbon or twine around the top of your glasses or leave it as is.
6. Decorative Seashells
Decorative covers can include pebbles, sand, sea glass, or shells. And they can be used to create a layered look or add texture to the vase’s surface.
To DIY decorative covers on a glass vase, please check these steps.
Whether you want to add a little bit of extra decoration to your home or give an old vase a fresh look, there are many creative ways to cover glass vases. Fabric, washi tape, ribbon, twine, and even burlap can all be used to transform the look of a glass vase. With just a few supplies and creativity, you can create a stylish and unique piece of decor that will last for years.
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