We have a little wintry weather possibly coming our way this afternoon. Mostly rain, but it may turn into a little snow.
I will definitely be putting some logs on the fire in our den. Nothing more cozy than a fire!
Speaking of cozy….how fun are these vases covered with old sweaters?!
I was just taking some old sweaters out of my closet yesterday. The ones that I haven’t worn for about three winters in a row. haha! I keep thinking I will wear them, but I never do.
So why not re-purpose them?! I looked on Pinterest to find some ideas, and I might give some of these a try!
How pretty is this vignette? I love those wooden beads too.
You could use these sweater vases on a kitchen table, and bedside table, or even on your bathroom countertop.
It may even be a fun project to do with your kids? Maybe use sweaters they have outgrown or ones that are their favorite colors?
I found this picture of a large glass container that can be used on the floor. I wondered if they wrapped it with one of those infinity scarfs?
Sweaters with patterns or designs can work too!
Here is a picture of how you can use a sweater sleeve on a vase. I would use hot glue to attach the cut edges on the bottom of the vase.
If you used a part of a sweater that wasn’t a sleeve, you could also use hot glue to attach the cut sides together, or even stitch them up with some needed and thread, like below.
You could also wrap a glass candle jar with a sweater…
Or make a sweater cover for your favorite coffee mug?…
And if you don’t have any old sweaters in your closet that you could use, just take a quick trip to your local thrift shop and grab some…they have an amazing supply!
So what do you think? Do you like this idea?
Have you ever made a sweater vase?