Monday, October 10, 2011

A Stick Vase


  Who says decorating has to be expensive?  Brighten up your home for Fall with items you may have in your yard.


Gather some sticks, cut them to size, then glue them around a spaghetti jar, for an inexpensive vase!





If you're interested you can view my previous spaghetti jar vases here and here.

*Thank-you so much to Donna@ Funky Junk Interiors for featuring my vase on her Facebook page!

I am linking this post to:
Funky Junk Interiors

39 comments:

  1. What a great idea Brandi, I love that natural look. I saw a picture where someone had used a stick in a caramel apple, it was so cute! ;D

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  2. O my gosh Brandi I love it! I'm sending the baby outside to collect some sticks for Mommy lol!

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  3. What a great idea to use sticks like that, Brandi! So simple and rustic; but, yet so beautiful. ♥

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  4. Nice idea, these would look great as a Thanksgiving centerpiece!! Love it!!!

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  5. Very pretty Brandi, I love the whole vignette! Martina

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  6. The candle is my favorite the bark surrounding it is so earthy!

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  7. That looks fabulous Brandi, gorgeous vignette too.

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  8. Well done Brandi! I love the texture of the sticks around the jar. Great job on the jar with the ferns too. It all looks so pretty.

    Have a great week.
    Pam

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  9. Brandi,

    Your jars look beautiful! Great job! Love your whole tablescape-simple, yet perfect!!

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  10. Brandi, this is so elegant in it's simplicity. I want to show this to my friend who needs lots of inexpensive centerpieces for a Fall function. NICE work.

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  11. I love the look of that vase. It's beautiful and looks doable for me. :)

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  12. Hot diggity! What a clever idea, I should make spaghetti for dinner so that I have a jar :) I'm so making this, I'm going to a fall party on Saturday this is going to be perfect. Thanks Brandy

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  13. Okay, now do me! Wait! I didn't mean it that way. I meant, come over and make one for me. I'm much too lazy but still, I love it!
    m.

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  14. Beautiful! I love how you brought fall into your home!

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  15. Brandi!! I LOVE it! It looks fabulous! :)

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  16. You always have the best ideas!! I can't wait until I move in December. I'm going to POUR through all your suggestions to get my new place looking right! :)

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  17. What a beautiful idea! Nothing beats decor that's pretty, easy and FREE!!
    www.inside-outdesign.blogspot.com

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  18. ooooh i love this idea! so rustic!

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  19. What a fun idea! So simple. Your blog is beautiful. Thank you for leaving me such a sweet comment today! I think you and your daughter would have a blast learning crochet together!

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  20. Wow, so brilliant! Affordable & so easy to do :) XOL

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  21. I just love this! So rustic and looks great in your autumn grouping!

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  22. This is so pretty and charming! Hope to see you at My Dream Canvas.

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  23. That is the perfect fall hostess gift! Can't wait to make one, thanks for sharing!

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  24. This is an awesome idea. I have been looking for an inexpensive way to decorate my mantle for fall and on in to the holiday. This is perfect.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Visiting from Amanda's Weekend Bloggy Reading Linky Party!

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  25. I love how rustic it looks. You did a great job!

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  26. I LOVE this! Yes, the look is so wonderfully rustic, but the natural element in itself does me in every time. Nature never fails you!

    Shared on FJI Facebook and pinned it!

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150404975361141&set=a.192514281140.164586.175378011140&type=1&theater

    Donna

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  27. Very pretty! I love the whole vingette! Note to self: Gather sticks :)

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  28. This is a very clever way to put together this vase!

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  29. I'm so stealing this!! This is super cute and I'm super broke so the next time I make spaghetti I am making it happen dammit!!

    You are so darn crafty!

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  30. I'm delighted you linked up to Potpourri Friday! You are appreciated and I hope you will make this a weekly party stop!

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  31. I'm stick and twig obsessed so I was so drawn to your post. I have a link party on Tuesdays {The Inspiration Board} and I’d be thrilled if you linked this up. I know my readers would really enjoy it. Hope to see you there.
    http://carolynshomework.blogspot.com/2011/10/inspiration-board-link-party-20.html
    carolyn - homework

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  32. I love it so simple but beautiful..I would love for you to share at my "Anything Goes Link Party" http://jeana-marie.blogspot.com/2011/10/anything-goes-link-party.html

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  33. The vase is just beautiful. I love projects that bring nature indoors. Thank you so much for sharing. I would love for you to link up at my party to share with my readers if you get a chance. Thanks!
    http://www.momontimeout.com/2011/10/taking-timeout-thursday-link-party-no-2.html
    -Trish @ Mom On Timeout

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  34. So rustic, and so beautiful!
    I would love for you to link up my my very first Fresh Friday Link Party!
    http://www.releasemecreations.com/2011/10/fresh-fridays-link-party.html

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  35. So beautiful and natural. This would look great on my entry table... Thanks for sharing at Taking A Timeout Thursday! Hope to see you again this week!
    -Trish @ Mom On Timeout
    http://www.MomOnTimeout.com

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  36. Very lovely! My mantel is similar to yours. Have a good Christmas!

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  37. Simple, thrifty, and beautiful! Thanks for linking up to The "Autumn Décor" Talent Scouting Party at WhisperWood Cottage!

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