Simple and Quick DIY Fall Decor Vase

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This is a super quick Fall decor post. I had some of the grass left from making my fall wreath and decided to use it to make a simple DIY fall decor vase. If you have a glass vase collecting dust, you can use it for this simple craft. And if you can forage some dried grass, it’ll make it a super cheap/free project too!

This time not too many materials and only a couple of tools were needed.

tools and materials

  • Pruning shears
  • Scissors
  • Rubber gloves
  • A glass vase
  • Sand
  • Some pebbles and/or seashells
  • Dry grass

How to make a DIY fall decor vase

First, I put some of the pebbles at the bottom of the vase. Next, I added some thick branches first. Then the bunches of grass and teazle. Mind that the teazle stalks are all covered in tiny thorns. I used thick rubber gloves and a pair of scissors to scrub them off.

Lastly, I added the long, single grass stalks and, finally, the sand. I put some more pebbles on top of the sand as well. Why sand at the end? Some grass stalks were quite dry and fragile, and I didn’t want them to break while trying to insert them into the sand.

diy fall decor vase on a table

And that’s it! I told you it was super quick to make. You can also decorate the vase with some raffia or twine if you want to.


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