DIY Dip Dye Vase & Foraged Spring Flowers
May 13, 2014
Flower DIYDIY
Spring has officially sprung in New England and we couldn't be more excited to bring you this stunning (and super easy) foraged arrangement this month. With each new day comes more vibrant colors and greenery which made it hard to not use everything we came upon in our foraging adventure. So, this wild arrangement has everything from daffodils, to grape hyacinths, to pieris (beautiful white draping flower), to cherry and apple blossoms...the list goes on but we'll let the gorgeous imagery by Hello Love Photography do the talking. The DIY dip dyed turquoise vase was the perfect complement to the bright blooms and foliage. ​​Until next month - happy spring! xo, Molly + Becca
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FORAGED FLOWERSCherry Blossom
Apple Blossom
Grape Hyacinth
Tulips
Daffodils
Pieris
Climbing Hydrangea
Lilac

DIP DYEMaterialsBehr paint (choose a bright, springy color)
Bucket
Vase to dip dye

directionsstep-1 Pour paint in bucket.

step-2 Carefully dip bottom of vase into paint while slowly twisting the vase to get a nice smooth line. *Note: for a more finished line, tape off your vase and apply paint with paint brush.

step-3 Let the vase dry overnight.
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