Stylish DIY Black-And-White Vase

DIY Black and White Modern Ceramic Vases

Stylish DIY Black-And-White Vase

Are you ready for fall? it or not, it’s coming suuuuper soon. It’s crazy how you can actually start to feel the changing of the seasons in the air, the slight coolness to the summer breeze and the early morning fog.

I’m honestly not quite ready, so let’s ease our way into it, shall we? I’m kicking off fall decor on the blog with these DIY Black and White Modern Ceramic Vases that can be used year round but also look great with some fall sprigs.

I’m joining a group of bloggers today to kick off fall DIY projects and give you some inspiration as we all ease our way into this new season. Keep scrolling to the bottom of the post to click through all the new projects.

10 minute Fall Craft

This project is so great to kick off fall decor because they only took me about 10 minutes to make and they were really reasonable.

We aren’t completely done with our entry way yet, the sconces still need to be installed, but I just love them here anyway.

I topped them off with these faux branches. I love the modern look and the bit of nature they bring to the space.

Modern Ceramic Vase Tutorial

I’m going to walk you through just how easy these are to make. A video might help but I did’t do one, so I’ll try to explain it the best I can.

I started with these basic ceramic vases that I picked up at the craft store last fall. They were on sale, so they were relatively inexpensive. You can find similar ones on Amazon here. Make sure you get ones with matte finish.

Then, I picked up Beetle Black Matte Chalk Paint to give it a more modern look.

To get the effect on the bottom of the vases, I used a large paint brush. I gently did vertical brush strokes along the bottom in varying lengths.

This next step is how to get the water color effect. Clean your brush off and get a fresh bowl of water. Saturate the brush with water and gently dap it on the top rim of the paint.

Move the vases around, even upside down and let the water move the paint around. Do not use too much as it will remove the paint. Also, clean the brush off as much as you can so you aren’t smearing the paint around.

You want mostly clear water and let it run over the paint.

Let it dry and you are set! Beautiful water color inspired ceramic vases.

Here are even more fall decor projects for you to browse through! Gather inspiration and pin for this new season.

And today I’ve been joined by some of my blogging friends who are also sharing their Fall DIY projects! Just click on the links below the images to see their project ideas…

Modern Geometric Painted Vases at The Happy Housie How to Make Easy Fall Sweater Pumpkins at Tatertots and Jello Room Spray for Fall at Modern Glam Fall Candle Rings at She Gave it a Go How to Build a Tray at The Handmade Home

Textured Vase at Craftberry Bush Farmhouse Slat Pumpkin at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia Pumpkin & Dough Bowl Fall Centerpiece at The Turquoise Home Happy Fall Sign at Lolly Jane Personalized Fall Mug at Jenna Kate at Home

Fall Terrarium Centerpiece at Clean and Scentsible Black & White Modern Ceramic Vases at Taryn Whiteaker Designs Fall Chalkboard Art at Happy Happy Nester Fall Faux Centrepiece at Inspiration of Moms Monogrammed Vase at My Sweet Savannah

Tobacco Basket Wall Hanging with Flowers at Hallstrom Home 10 Minute $10 Sunflower Garland at a Pretty Life in the Suburbs Small Wood Projects to Use as Decor at Grace in My Space Fall Inspired Wood Photo Holders at In My Own Style Neutral Fall Floral Arrangement at All Things With Purpose

Vintage Amber Glass Candle at Seeking Lavender Lane Vintage Wreath Mirror at Sincerely, Marie Designs Fall Acrylic Sign at Lemon Thistle Wooden Bowl Candle Holder at Cherished Bliss Blanket Ladder from Copper Pipe Dowels at The DIY Mommy Thrift Store Basket Turned Fall Arrangement at Confessions of a Serial DIYer


Artificial Flowers In Vase

Stylish DIY Black-And-White Vase

Charming arrangements of white flowers with green leaves made of durable silk and wires. They're glued to a bottom or to stones on the bottom of height-varied cylindrical clear glass vases filled with water and adorned with small floating candles.

The beautiful composition of artificial flowers in this glass vase makes the interior delight. White flowers in the arrangement and the artificial water inside the vessel precisely imitate the actual flowers.

Artificial Flower Arrangement In Black White Nylon Flowers In Shaped Vase
A pretty modern artificial floral arrangement composed of large leaves and flowers made of semi-sheer black nylon with white edges. They're placed in a glossy black ceramic vase looking a downed figure '6'.

Due to their lovely pink color, peonies constitute a fantastic addition to white and transcendent vases. A small vase with peonies is a smooth way to add a charming, warm accent to your living or dining room.

Candles floating in various tall glass vases makes a huge centerpiece statement.

Suitable for enhancing modern and contemporary interiors; this elegant decoration is made of nice-to-touch silk, consisted of 2 branches with faux blooming magnolias. The branches are placed in a stylish vase made of clear glass.

Use black Feathers in vases, artificial cala lilies and gold ting ting, line the vase with gold glitter paper or fabric. This would be super low cost since I have almost everything already

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This wonderful flower arrangement will give your space an exotic look. The mosaic vase glitters with different shades of deep colors, with the dominance of vibrant blue. The artificial flowers inside the vase are in a motif of a peacock.

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Another beautiful calla lilies and glass vase. All artificial and last forever!

Decorative lemons in an apothecary jar. Would look fabulous in my pumpkin colored kitchen.

Purple artificial flowers in the glass vase. These flowers at the glace looks real plants, they simulate hyacinths. Flowers look more realistic with liquid filler in the vase. This decoration revitalize your living room whole year.

Turquoise And Brown Lilies And Dahlias
Floral arrangement consisting of faux flowers and ceramic vase. It is finished with abstract pattern. Adds freshness and elegance to any interior. Received very good reviews from customers.

Artificial Flower Arrangement Red/ White In Pot For Grave/Memorial Vase

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This square shaped glass vase is definition of simple class. They are transparent, which makes the fit to every decor. The flowers inside the vase are presenting very beautifully, vase can be also a decoration even without them.

A fantastic way of improving your living room area by using this fine set of fashionable centerpieces. The 7 is consisted of 7 clear glass cuboid vases filled with water and colorful pebbles, holding blooming Gerber daisies.

Moroccan-inspired accessories, such as pierced-metal candle holders and frames add to the light, modern feel of the room. Fresh or artificial flowers will not only add colour and interest, they also help bring the outside in — ideal for a natural, seren

White and red are the colors of our vaforite Christmas time! When the snow sings outside – artifical flowers in vase can be a good alternative, and magic decoration. Made of bare branches, spread their charm from a narro glass vase, fiiled with artifical snow.

Hydrangea In Glass Vase Flower Arrangement – traditional – artificial flowers – Winward Designs

Nearly Natural 4687 Dogwood Silk Flower Arrangement, Assorted (810709009392) Incredible pinks, greens and whites Filled with dogwood blooms Artificial water set in a gorgeous glass vase Pot Size 3.5w x 4.75h

Artificial flowers can constitute a nice and functional addition, bringing warmth and coziness, while at the same time maintaining a prestigious character. Universal white color of the flowers will enhance both modern and traditional interiors.

Little yellow flowers glued to fake curly willow branches in glass vase on fireplace mantle

Artificial Roses Flower Arrangement Pink Shabby Chic Vintage Country

A charming DIY wall decoration. It is made of a simple, transparent jar that is attached to a board, which then was mounted to the wall. You can put artificial flowers to the jar, you can also decorate the board with sand or stones.

DIY centerpieces. Use scrapbook paper, votives, small gems, and flower petals on the table. Then take a glass vase, put clear stones on the bottom, artificial orchids, fill with water, and place a floating candle on the top. SO pretty! – Freedom in Living

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Artificial Roses in Mirror Vase Aubergine – ROS023

Kelly Hoppen Faux Cactus in a Cylinder Vase

This artistic set of 8 hanging light bulbs is totally amazing. The light bulbs are wrapped in natural jute, filled with beautiful artificial flower – decoration. Best for outside weddings and garden parties.

Fern & Succulent Vase | Bring in the Natural Beauty of the Outdoors with Artificial Plants!

Silk Dendobrium Flowers with Vase
This Silk Dendobrium Flowers in White & Green consists of beautifully arching steams placed in a clear vase with faux water. The whole is decorated further using bamboo pieces and river rocks.

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in faux bloom. Plush bulbs pop the room evergreen. Makes a bold botanical statement at nearly two feet tall. Stem is PVC, polyurethane and wireBulb is cotton powderMade in China.

Craft a charming centerpiece or lush vignette with this autumnal arrangement, featuring faux sunflowers and gourds nestled in a glass vase with artificial pi…

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DIY floral arrangement with artificial flowers in antique Cranberry Glass vase. Found the flowers and greenery at Hobby Lobby and used my 40% off coupon that's available on their website. You can show the sales associate the coupon on your phone.

Waterlook � Silk Floral Mix of Yellow, Cream and Burgundy in a Tapering Glass Vase – Artificial Floral Arrangements – 1001 Artificial Flowers580.00

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Ginger with Cylinder Vase Silk Flower Arrangement

This element is a product created for the purpose of decoration. It is a flower arrangement that includes faux flowers. They look very attractive for a very long time. This multi-color element matches different interior stylizations.

Dendrobium with Vase Silk Flower
Are you looking for some simple and stylish decorations for your house? Then, this intriguing and pretty dendrobium is gonna match your needs! Check it out and enjoy refreshed design in your living room or bedroom.

Make these!!! Or atleast buy four-2 nest to each aisle arch and overfill with baby's breath!!! Moss Urns 7.5 x 14 $22 (holds water)

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Spray paint ANYTHING gawd awful. Pic up some artificial plants at a yard sale and spray paint – put in a face. Awesome!



50 Stunning DIY Flower Vase Ideas For Your Home • Cool Crafts

Stylish DIY Black-And-White Vase

We’re sure we’re not the only ones when we say that flowers are one of our most favorite things. However, sometimes it can be difficult to find (or afford) a vase that’s as pretty as the bouquet itself.

Today we’ve dug deep and rounded-up 50 incredible DIY flower vases that you can actually make yourself…on a budget too!

From Halloween-inspired and heart-shaped, to bright, spotty, gilded, and marbled (just to name a few), you’re sure to be spoiled for choice with this huge selection.

It’s time to get your creative juices flowing as we dive into the following DIY projects…

A Kailo Chic Life has created an array of DIY vases in fun patterns and vibrant colors! We adore these.

How amazing are these DIY heart-shaped vases from A Kailo Chic Life? We’ll have one in every color please!

Speaking of the talented A Kailo Chic Life, here’s another one of her gorgeous DIY flower vase creations, this time featuring bold colors combined with feminine metallics. Stunning!

You can even make a flower vase a disco ball – who would’ve known?! A Bubbly Life will show you how it’s done.

We love the fact that this DIY vase from All You uses plastic spoons to create a unique effect. Beautiful!

Take a peek at this DIY textured flower vase from At Home in Love! You can paint yours in any color that your heart desires too.

This is ‘upcycling’ at its best! Bespoke Bride has created a flower vase using a pineapple – how clever indeed.

We had no idea you could create gorgeous DIY flower vases using balloons – did you? Brit + Co will show you this simple yet stunning idea.

City Farmhouse has a brilliant tutorial to help you create these DIY birch wood flower vases. They’re incredibly rustic (and fun!).

This would make a fabulous teacher appreciation gift! Crafty Housewife will show you everything you need to know in order to make your own pencil flower vase.

Damask Love took inspiration from some popular West Elm flower vases and created her own versions on a budget! We’re obsessed with these.

Dream Create has come up with a wonderful idea to create a vase inspired by Chanel perfume bottles. What a French and chic DIY creation!

Here’s a cute, heart-adorned vase created by Dream Green DIY. Create this just in time for Valentine’s Day to give to a loved one!

Pink and gold will always be one of our favorite color combos! Enthralling Gumption’s DIY flower vase combines both of these shades for a glamorous project.

These DIY marbled flower vases look something from a high-end boutique, but they were actually made on the cheap by the very talented Fall for DIY!

You can even make matching textured vases and candle holders, just as Homey Oh My has done! This would make a perfect gift combo!

If you want to create a gorgeous, rustic vase, then look no further than this DIY project from How to Nest for Less! Imagine pairing these with a bouquet of bright sunflowers – stunning!

Got a plain glass bottle lying around at home? Why not jazz it up by tying colored yarn around it? Thanks to Inside my Hideaway for this clever idea!

Intimate Weddings has performed DIY wizardry by turning a $1 thrift store vase into this beautiful and colorful version. It’s perfect for wedding décor!

Here’s a DIY flower vase idea that both children and adults a will love! Isyyspakkaus has turned some dollar store dinosaur figurines into these on-trend vases.

Turn two clear glass vases into patterned masterpieces by following these instructions from It All Started with Paint. So simple, yet effective!

You can even re-purpose nail polish bottles into mini vases for single flowers. What a wonderful idea from Julie is Coco and Cocoa!

These gold gilded vases from Le Zoe Musings are seriously on-trend! You won’t need to spend a small fortune on them either – this tutorial is both fun and thrifty.

Lines Across has created a range of colorful ‘paint drip’ vases to house pretty flowers. These would make a great table centerpiece too!

If you’re a fan of all things origami, then you’re sure to adore these DIY origami inspired vases from Love Decorations. The pastel hues are incredibly stylish too!

How on Earth did Made by Girl create these mini works of art you ask? You’ll just have to check out her full tutorial to find out (it’s an Anthropologie hack)!

Here’s another beautiful DIY flower vase that you can whip-up in an hour or two, this time from Make and Tell. What color will you paint yours?

Make and Tell is back with another gorgeous vase creation! This black and white spotty number is the design of our dreams.

A DIY flower vase to match an artwork? Count us in! Mod Podge Rocks will show you how to create this abstract art version.

You can even personalize your flower vases by following these step-by-step instructions from Mod Podge Rocks! These are a clever Christmas gift idea too.

Love Kate Spade but not the price tag? Never fear, because Monica Wants It has created a flower vase inspired by the brand…on a shoestring budget!

Fill your home with love hearts all year around thanks to this heart-patterned vase tutorial from One Artsy Mama. Ooh la la!

Paper and Stitch is the talented crafter behind this awesome DIY concrete vase. It’s industrial, yet totally on-trend!

Whether you want to mix-up your Halloween décor or simply have a love of skulls, this DIY skull vase from Persia Lou will certainly get guests talking!

Over on the Pottery Barn blog, you can find out how to make these incredible striped flower vases for yourself. We love the color scheme!

Now this is one unique flower vase that will have people looking twice! Rain on a Tin Roof created this DIY coiled snake vase for something a bit different.

Got some old light bulbs lying around? Rather than throwing them away, why not turn them into these stunning little vases, just as Refurbished Ideas has done?

Following on with the same idea, Rosy and Grey has also turned some trash into treasure – an old milk carton to be exact! Wash it out, paint it up, and you’ll have an amazing DIY vase in no time.

You’d expect to pay a fortune for these stylish flower vases, but thankfully they’re DIY-able, thanks to this tutorial from Schere Leim Papier! Mix and match the color scheme to your own décor tastes.

Trust the talented Song of Style to come up with these cool DIY color-blocked vases! Black and gold is a fantastic color combination too.

Sugar and Cloth has created a very awesome DIY flower vase with a fun (or shall we say cheeky?) pattern. We love how she was able to achieve that gold foil look!

Speaking of gold, The 36th Avenue has created not one, but two DIY flower vases to adorn your décor. Beautiful!

You will hardly believe that these flower vases were originally lamp shades! The House That Lars Built certainly changed all of that though…Wow!

We had no idea that creating colorful glass vases was as easy as coating the inside of them in paint! The Sits Girls have a fantastic tutorial to teach you more.

This marble design from Vintage Revivals is spectacular! To make your own DIY flower vase this, you’ll have to check out the full guide.

Even little egg shells can be turned into mini vases! You’ll want to thank the talented We Are Scout for this amazing DIY idea.

Easter isn’t too far away now, so if you’re looking for some unique holiday-themed décor, look no further than this DIY bunny vase from Weekend Craft. Hop to it!

Here’s one for all of you book lovers out there! You’ll find this step-by-step guide teaching you how to create a flower vase books via Woman’s Day.

There you have it – 50 incredible DIY flower vases for you to make! Which projects were your favorites? We’d love to hear from you in the comments section below!


8 DIY Projects With Gold Paint

Stylish DIY Black-And-White Vase

Alison Gootee/Studio D

Flasks: Corning Pyrex 500-milliliter long-neck shaker flask, $21; 1-liter long-neck shaker flask, $36.50; and 250-milliliter flat-bottom flask, $6.50, all; Liquid gilding: Martha Stewart Crafts liquid gilding in gold, $7,

Step 1
Wrap electrical tape around a glass chemistry flask at an angle. 

Step 2
Using a pouncer, paint everything below the tape, including the bottom, with liquid gilding. Peel off the tape while the gilding is still wet. 

Step 3
Let dry upside down. 

Alison Gootee/Studio D

Notebooks: Moleskine Volant 8 1/4″ x 5″ notebooks, $13 for a mixed set of 2 (in pinks or blues),; Stencils: Handmade Charlotte stencils, $6 for a mixed set of 8,; Liquid gilding: Martha Stewart Crafts liquid gilding in gold, $7,

Step 1
Affix a stencil to the cover of a notebook with repositionable spray mount. 

Step 2
Using a pouncer, fill in the stencil with liquid gilding. Remove the stencil while the gilding is still wet. Let dry.

Alison Gootee/Studio D

Votive holders with candles: Sinnlig scented candle in glass in orange, green, turquoise, and lilac, $2 each, IKEA stores; Spray paint: Bright Coat Gold by Rust-Oleum

Step 1
Wrap rubber bands horizontally or vertically around a glass votive holder to create stripes (the more space between the rubber bands, the wider the stripe).

Step 2
Flip the votive holder upside down and completely coat it with spray paint. Wait a few minutes, then snip off the rubber bands with small scissors. Let dry upside down. 

Alison Gootee/Studio D

Magnets: Alex magnetic letters, $8,; Spray paint: Bright Coat Gold by Rust-Oleum

Step 1 (and done!)
Lay the magnets faceup. Spray-paint them, directing the nozzle at an angle to get in the nooks and crannies of each letter. Let dry. 

Alison Gootee/Studio D

Umbrella: Classic Sky Blue stick umbrella, $45,; Crafts paint: Martha Stewart Crafts metallic acrylic paint in gold, $2.50 for 2 ounces,

Step 1
Click here to download the raindrop template, and print it onto an 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheet of label paper. Cut out the raindrop with a crafts knife and discard it—the remaining paper is your stencil. Repeat three or four times. (The label paper loses stickiness, so you’ll need a few stencils for one umbrella.)

Step 2
Open the umbrella and lay one section flat on an ironing board. Remove the backing from one of the stencils and adhere it to the umbrella.

Step 3
Using a pouncer, fill in the stencil with crafts paint. Remove the stencil while the paint is still wet. Repeat on each section of the umbrella. Let dry. 

Alison Gootee/Studio D

Pillow cover: Vargyllen 20″ x 20″ cushion cover, $5, IKEA stores; Spray paint: Glitter Blast Golden Glow by Krylon

Step 1
Click here to download the ampersand template, and print it onto an 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheet of paper.

Step 2
Cut a piece of freezer paper to about the same size as your pillow. Lay the paper on top of the ampersand printout with the shiny side down. Trace the ampersand onto the freezer paper with a pencil (Fig. A).

Step 3
Cut out the ampersand with a crafts knife (Fig. B) and discard it, but cut out and keep the two center sections. They‘ll be your stencil, along with the remaining paper.

Step 4
Stick a piece of cardboard inside a pillow cover to keep it flat. Using medium heat, iron the stencil, including the ampersand’s center sections, onto the pillow cover (Fig. C).

Step 5
Using glitter spray paint, fill in the stencil. Remove the stencil while the paint is still wet, using tweezers for the ampersand’s center sections. Let dry.  

Extra! Extra! Continue scrolling to see two more projects we didn't show you in the magazine. 

Alison Gootee/Studio D

Geodes: Agate stones, $7 for two,; Napkin rings: Wooden napkin rings, $6 for four,; Paint marker: Sakura paint pen, $3, 

Step 1
Use a gold paint marker to draw around each geode’s edge so it looks it’s bordered in gold. Let dry.

Step 2

Color the outside and edges of wood napkin rings with the same paint marker. Let dry.

Glue the geode to the ring with Super Glue. 

Step 1 (and done!)
Using a paint marker with a fine tip, draw freehand dots, chevrons, stripes, and other patterns on solid colored pencils. Let dry.


DIY Textured Copper Table Number Vases with Martha Stewart + Cricut

Stylish DIY Black-And-White Vase
Multi-purpose details on a wedding day are 100% our jam. So when we were dreaming up our next reception-inspired DIY tutorial for our friends at Cricut and Martha Stewart, we knew it had to be something practical and pretty.

Therefore here enters a chic boho-inspired table number that also serves as centerpiece decor! (And if you remember from last month, it complements perfectly with our copper-wrapped selenite crystal place card DIY tutorial.


Using our Cricut Explore Air 2 Martha Stewart Edition, textured copper vinyl (which is our new favorite vinyl from Cricut!), white vinyl, and a glass cylinder floral vase, you can make the easiest, most gorgeous table numbers for your wedding reception.

Afterwards, drop off your table number vases to your professional florist before the big day so they can effortlessly weave your handmade touch into your final tablescapes (just what vendor fam Palette of Petals did for us which was beautifully captured by Dani White Photography). Now let's get to crafting!

Difficulty Level: Easy
Color Inspiration: Navy blue, raw white, and copper


• Computer/Laptop/Mobile Phone• Cricut Explore Air 2 Martha Stewart Edition only available at Michaels Stores

• Cricut 12″x12″ StandardGrip Cutting Mat

• Cylinder glass vases (we recommend at least 7″ tall)
• Portable trimmer
• Cricut Martha Stewart textured copper vinyl from Gilded Black Tie Mixed Materials bundle
• Cricut Martha Stewart white vinyl from Black Tie Soirée Mixed Materials bundle
• Cricut Martha Stewart transfer tape from Gilded Black Tie Mixed Materials bundle
• Ruler


1. Set out all of your materials and prep your computer, laptop, or mobile phone to connect with your Cricut Explore Air 2 machine. 2. Measure how tall your glass vase is so you know the size of your table number details. Determine how thick you want your copper stripe and how big you want your table number words to be. (Because our vase is 7″ tall, our copper stripe is 2.6″ wide and our “Table #” phrase is 2.5″ wide and 1.6″ tall.)

3. Go to Cricut Design Space and open a New Project. Create your text/table number wordage. We recommend choosing two different complementary fonts a cursive/script font and a print/sans serif font.

4. To create the copper stripe shape in Design Space, add a vertical rectangle shape and add a triangle shape to your canvas. Place the triangle on the end of the rectangle and then size accordingly so it matches up together. Once aligned, click both shapes so they are “highlighted” together. Select Weld so it becomes one shape. HELPFUL TIP: Once you have this shape created, all you have to do is Duplicate it for all of your other table numbers! Work smarter, not harder is our motto!

5. Load your textured copper vinyl on your cutting mat and ensure your material dial on your Cricut machine is set on “Vinyl.” To make sure you are only cutting your copper stripe for this step, click on the eyeball icon next to your “Table #” layer to make it invisible. When ready, click the green “Make It” button and watch your cut come to life!
6. Peel your copper stripe off of its backing and then carefully place your copper stripe on your glass vase. We recommend aligning it to the top of the vase and then smoothing downwards. This vinyl has a strong adhesive so place slowly on the vase!

FUN FACT: Considering the Cricut Explore Air 2 Martha Stewart Edition for your wedding DIYs? This special bundle includes a bunch of awesome things for your special day specifically.

Not only will you get the usual free trial membership to Cricut, but you'll also receive 25 Free Ready to Make Martha Stewart Wedding Projects along with the lovely Martha Stewart Basic Tool Set as mentioned above.

These projects range from wedding shoe decals to reception signage to ceremony decor in the iconic Martha style you love. We're kinda obsessed!

7. For your table number words, load your white vinyl on your cutting mat. To make sure you are only cutting your text for this step, unclick on the eyeball icon next to your “Table #” layer to make it visible and click on the icon on your copper stripe to make it invisible. When ready, click the green “Make It” button. 8. Weed or take away the excess vinyl leaving only your table number words. Using some transfer tape from your bundle, burnish the transfer tape over your weeded table number words and then peel off so that your words are on your clear transfer tape.
9. Place your table number words on your copper stripe and burnish. Peel off your transfer tape and voilà! You have a gorgeous table number vase ready for your florist to arrange some florals for your centerpieces! 10. Repeat this DIY for however many tables you have for your wedding day.

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Tutorial Photography & Styling: Chelsea LaVere | Project Materials & Cutting Machine: Cricut and Martha Stewart | Styled Shoot Photography: Dani White Photography | Florals: Palette of Petals | Wedding Dress: David's Bridal | Beauty: Markia Nicole Makeup Artistry

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Many thanks to Cricut and Martha Stewart for partnering with Tidewater and Tulle for this DIY tutorial feature! And while the disclaimer is that we were compensated to write and design this, the words and our loyal love for the Cricut brand are all our own. Some of the above product links are affiliate-linked and purchasing through these links helps support our wonderful sponsors and Tidewater and Tulle! You can find our full affiliate disclosure policy here on Tidewater and Tulle.
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40+ Easy and Stylish DIY Home Decor Ideas (With Printables)

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Creating your own decor is rewarding: you get the satisfaction of making it yourself and having it be the exact style you want. From wall art to lamps, you can choose which pieces fit your unique style and vision.

Whether you’re looking for rustic home decor or DIY ideas for your bathroom, you’ll find plenty of inspiration in our 41 DIY home decor ideas. Our collection includes photos and tips so you can get started on exciting projects today.

Want to give your bedroom or living room wall a special touch? Design a canvas wall print with a favorite photo from a family trip or day at the beach.

DIY Beach-Themed Wall Art Printables

If you’re looking to create a more inviting space, nothing says “welcome home” a tropical theme. Download and print the printables below to bring some relaxation to your home.

1. DIY Pet Art

Source: Wear Wage Repeat

Transform round, metallic placemats into trendy wall art. Stencil an image of your dog or cat then fill in the design with black paint.

2. Book Planter

Source: Shutterfly

Cut out the pages of an old book to make a creative planter for a coffee table. Be sure to pick a succulent or similar plant that needs minimal water. Your guests will be impressed with the creavitiy involved.

3. String Art

In the shape of a heart, star or U.S. state, form string art using a series of nails and a wooden board. Choose a string color that matches the other decor in your room.

4. Monogram Pillow

Source: My Sophia Ryan

Personalize pillows for your living room or bedroom by painting on your initial. Pair your monogram pillows with custom photo pillows for a full arrangement.

23. Metallic Pears

Source: Shutterfly

Try painting fruit apples and pears in a simple graphic pattern. This DIY is easy and perfect for any season. Use metallic paint for an extra pop at the dinner table.

6. Bamboo Orb Lights

Source: Crafty Nest

Craft unique lanterns for your home office or bedroom with bamboo strips. Secure a lightbulb inside and attach your lantern to the ceiling using sturdy hooks.

Source: A Joyful Riot

Put a spin on a traditional gallery wall with square prints. Choose photos with rich colors, including candid shots from vacations and day trips.

8. Mason Jar Herb Garden

Source: Shutterfly

Mason jars make for the perfect at home garden. Purchase herbs you use most often and replant them in a jar that will easily fit on your kitchen windowsill.

9. Lace Bowls and Jars

Source: Urban Comfort

Layer your bowls, mugs and serving trays with pieces of lace. Decoupage cotton lace right onto the surface for beautiful, timeless decor.

10. Painted Pumpkins

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Add more color to your fall decor with chalk paint pumpkins. Pick your favorite colors, whether that’s classic fall shades or a modern, muted pallette, then arrange on your dining room table.

11. Refurbished Dresser

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Enhance a dresser with a fresh coat of paint and shiny knobs. Try painting a triangle, diamond or heart across the drawers for a novel furniture piece.

12. Festive Wreath

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When deciding on your DIY home projects, don’t forget seasonal and holiday decor. Fashion specific wreaths for your favorite times of the year Christmas, Halloween and the 4th of July.

13. Colorful Painted Pillows

Decorate pillow covers with a paintbrush and stamps. Brighten your living room or bedroom with vibrant colors pink, yellow and blue.

14. DIY Wall Lamp

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Industrial vintage lamps add character to your walls and unique lighting to your space. Wrap jute around the lamp’s cord to foster a chic, artsy look.

15. Personalized Paperweight

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Personalize a paperweight for your office or living room for decor that is creative but also functional. Pick a thoughtful quote to keep you thinking positive throughout the day.

16. Rustic Picture Frames

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Glue wooden boards together and paint them with a weathered look to make your own rustic home decor. Add burlap and your photo with either push pins or nails.

17. Polka Dot Wall Art

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Looking for easy but stylish DIY home decor? Create polka dot canvas art with acrylic or watercolor paint.

18. DIY Photo Board

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Repurpose an empty frame to make an easy photo board. Using wire, restring the frame so you can hang your favorite prints every month.

19. Decorative Vases

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Fresh flowers lift the aura of any room. Paint empty wine bottles and mason jars in a white coat, then accent with washi tape and patterned scrapbook paper.

20. Wood Pallet Wall

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An accent wall adds texture and character to a living room or bedroom. Build a chic wooden wall out stained pallet pieces.

21. Mason Jar Portraits

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Use a mason jar as a creative frame for your favorite photos. Take a small print and wrap it on the inside of a mason jar that you can easily swap out every month.

22. Coffee Mug Rack

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Are you a tea or coffee lover? Create a space to hang your mugs by repurposing a wood pallet. Paint on a word ‘café’ or ‘chai’ for a personalized touch.

Spray paint wooden frames in white, then sand the edges for a farmhouse look. Create a gallery wall with various frames complimented by accent art.

24. Mason Jar Votives

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Take mason jars and add candles for a simple votive. Sprinkle in some foliage fit for the season, fall leaves, fresh herbs or wildflowers to welcome the outdoors.

25. DIY Geometric Art

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Your DIY home projects don’t need to be complicated. Turn a blank canvas into modern wall art with a brightly colored geometric pattern.

26. Twine Wrapped Bottles

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Wrap twine around old bottles for a simple, rustic touch for any room. Find bottles at your local thrift store or save empty wine bottles at home. These are perfect for holding little florals or as standalone decor.

27. DIY Wooden Headboard

Construct a beautiful wooden headboard for your guest bedroom or master suite. By piecing together wooden shims, you’ll have a professional-looking headboard at a fraction of the cost.

28. Wood Slice Chalkboard

Cover the surface of a wood slice with chalkboard paint. Write an inspiring message, quote or verse, then place your new art piece on your mantel or wall.

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Build a stunning gallery wall with white frames. Incorporate a mix of photos and art pieces with quotes and graphic designs.

30. DIY Ribbon Chandelier

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Wrap pieces of satin ribbon around a wreath frame until they cover the surface. Incorporate three colors of ribbon—purple, lavender and white–and hang the chandelier above your dining room table.

31. Statement Mirror

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Repurpose an embroidery hoop by transforming it into a beautiful mirror. Spray paint the hoop with metallic paint then carefully secure your mirror in the center.

32. Heart Photo Collage

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Arrange your photo prints in the shape of a heart and glue them to a canvas. Frame your artwork, then hang it above your desk or dresser.

33. 50 Year Collage

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Arrange your photos to celebrate your anniversary or age. Create a series you can hang every decade to see how much your family has grown over the years.

34. Monogram Planter

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Mongram a planter for a simple and personal DIY decor option. Take a plant that’s easy to care for, a succulent, and add a pop of green to any room.

35. Vinyl Geometric Art

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Trim sheets of colored vinyl into geometric shapes triangles and squares. Alternate your colors and patterns for a balanced spread.

36. Hanging Yarn Art

Design a colorful wall hanging with strands of yarn and a wooden dowel or branch. Mix bright tones with pastel colors to build contrast.

37. Hoop Garland

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Whether for the holidays or just because, DIY a hoop garland you can hang your favorite photos on. Paint it in your favorite color or a bright metallic so it can hang in your home all year long.

38. Heart Photo Wall

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For easy DIY decor, print out favorite prints from the year and arrange them in a giant heart on your wall. Even better, swap out photos year after year to keep the decor feeling fresh.

39. Painted Welcome Sign

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Make your guests feel at home. Paint a wooden board with the word ‘welcome’ or ‘bienvenidos’ to place on your front porch or in your entryway.

40. Washi Tape Photo Display

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A collection of photos, snapshots from summer trips or winter getaways, makes for fun, personal wall art. Adhere your photos with washi tape in asymmetrical fashion for an eye-catching arrangement.

41. Christmas Card Garland

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Have your decor double as a fun display for all the Christmas cards you’ll receive during the holidays. Hang them around your door frame using garland as the festive backdrop.

No matter which DIY ideas you decide to pursue, remember that the best home decor is personalized. Try adding photo coasters to your home office or a sherpa pillow to your living room. However you choose to decorate, the extra DIY touch will make it unique to you.