Plastic bottle vase

The reason for creating a vase from a plastic bottle was the flowers made of white cellophane bags. Chrysanthemums turned out so tender and light that I had to look for options in which the flower arrangement would be in harmony with the vase. Ceramic jugs looked too rough. On their background, the transparent petals lost their lightness and faded. In a rich crystal vase, chrysanthemums also did not take root, taking on the appearance of poor relatives. A blue plastic bottle was perfect for decorating the bouquet. From a container for sparkling water, it turned into an unusually beautiful, openwork vase.
 Vase from a plastic bottle
For the work I used: - plastic bottle (0.5 l). - scissors. - needle. - candle.
 Vase from plastic bottle
First you need to cut a hole in the bottom of the bottle, equal to the diameter of the cap, then cut off the bottom h st, departing from the bottom about 1 cm.We got two parts and a cover.
 Vase from a plastic bottle
Put on a bowl with a hole in the neck of the bottle and twist the cap. The base for the vase is ready. In this capacity, you can even pour water. The main thing is to screw the lid tightly.
 Plastic bottle vase
 Vase from a plastic bottle
 Vase from a plastic bottle
However, our flower made of plastic bags does not need water, so we will decorate it s. To do this, light a candle or use a gas burner. The edge of the sewing needle is held over the flame for 8-10 seconds and it is easy to pierce holes in the plastic. The hot needle enters the bottle's wall, like oil. Immediately we must determine the ornament or pattern that we plan to reproduce on the vase. We decided to decorate the upper part with a flower row, so we made holes - the tops of the five petals. Then we cut flowers with small scissors.
 Plastic bottle vase
 Vase from a plastic bottle
 Vase from plastic bottle
It turns out such a wonderful edging. Irregularities and roughness, which are obtained by cutting out the elements, can be smoothed by lighting a match and quickly pushing it through the hole of the petal. The edges of plastic will be melted and rounded. However, we must act quickly and clearly, because there is a risk to spoil the work.
 Vase from plastic bottle
Vase from a plastic bottle
Vaza from a plastic bottle
Next we will use the idea of ​​the bottle designers and. Initially, the surface of our containers in the neck area was with longitudinal depressions (grooves).We will take advantage of the situation and make holes through the grooves with a hot needle.
 Vase from plastic bottle
 Vase from a plastic bottle
Vase made of plastic bottles
It remains to decorate the bottom of the vase. For convenience, we will take the cup of the neck and do some design patterns. Cut out the leaves on the convex and thick thin out their holes. On the edge of the cut leaves. Brown melted edges of some punctures do not scare us. They are easily cleaned with any coarse material: sandpaper, nail file.
 Vase from a plastic bottle
We combine the separate elements of a vase together. We demonstrate the openness of plastic.
 Vase from plastic bottle
 Vase from a plastic bottle
It remains to place a plastic bag in a vase to imitate water and drop the chrysanthemum there.
 Vase from a plastic bottle
This turned out to be a handicraft from a plastic bottle.


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