5 Recycled Crafts for Valentine’s Day!

Recycled Crafts for Valentine's Day

5. Recycled Valentine Vases by Canadian Living

Do you need a vase to put your roses in this year? Jeromina Juan at Canadian Living’s Craft Blog created incredible Valentine vases from used, clear plastic bottles. She used bottles from ketchup, dish soap, and mouthwash because they all have a beautiful shape! Then, she painted the bottles to make them gorgeous! Again, you will want to use a low VOC spray paint, if you can. Click over to her full tutorial to learn how you can leave a see-through heart on your vase!

[Image Credit: Bouquet of Beautiful Flowers via Shutterstock]

Written by Bonnie Getchell

Hello! I'm Bonnie -- a craft nerd, musician, writer, furniture and vintage lover, crafter, and diyer!

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  1. HI! These are all great Valentine’s Day projects. I am especially drawn to the heart votives – they are so pretty!
    Thanks for featuring me, too – “Cardboard Heart Garland by Jenn Ressmann”
    Love your site and Happy Valentine’s Day!

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