Happy Monday!  I hope you all had a fun weekend!  I spent mine working on a new piece of furniture (coming Wednesday) and making these cute little wall vases for my living room!  Here is how they turned out…

Wall Vase from a bottle

Wall behind couch

These are SO EASY and cheap to make!

Let’s get started!

You will need a 2x8x8 pine board.  One board is $7 and will make 6 of these vases.

For each vase you will cut a piece of wood 16″.

Wood for Wall Vase

I decided to use my vaseline distress painting method to finish mine.  You can check out the full tutorial HERE!

My first step was staining my boards with one of my favorite stains…

Rust-Oleum Ultimate Wood Stain in Dark Walnut

Stained wood boards

This stuff dries in an hour and it only requires one coat… Woohoo!

Once that was dry I rubbed some Vaseline on the corners and a few other spots and then gave each board 1 coat of Rust-Oleum Painter’s Touch spray paint in Heirloom White.

After letting that dry, I used my very favorite sander to distress the paint.  You can use a hand sanding block, but this bad boy is so much easier!  You will love it!

Ryobi Corner Cat Sander

Ryobi Corner Cat Finish Sander

Next I added my hardware!  I found these at Lowe’s in the lumber section.

Hardware for Bottle Vase


I also used some Target brand coffee bottles to hold my flowers.  You can also use Starbuck’s brand, but I like how these are round.


I just used wood screws to attach it to my board like this!

DIY Bottle Wall Vase 5

That’s it!  I told you it was easy!!

I filled mine with some stems I found at Target that I LOVE.  Michael’s has pretty ones like this too, but you can usually only find them in the fall.

I used some sawtooth hangers to hang mine on each side of my LOVE sign and I was done!

What do you think??

DIY Bottle Wall Vase

Wall Sconce DIY 2

Wall Vase DIY

DIY Wall Sconce

DIY Wall Sconce with Bottle

Bottle Wall Vase DIY

Now the fun part!  Let’s talk cost…

When you break it down, you can make these cuties for under $5 a piece!  Now that is my kind of DIY!

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Let me know if you have any questions at all!


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  1. I added a two dollar hook to my version in order to turn it into a keyholder I love it thanks for the design

  2. Making these for customers due to these being on Pinterest. Thanks for the “pinspirations”. Having a ton of fun making these. Realize this post was 2 years ago but wanted to share!