DIY clay flower for milk glass vases

As stunning as those flower adorned Anthropologie vases are, they can take up to $100! Save your pennies for something else and make your own Anthro-style vase with this simple and pretty Diy!

For less than $10, you can make your own flawless vase that might take three times that sum in your top pick stores. Since most sculpting clay arrives in an incomprehensible number of shades, you can make a rainbow of colors for all of your rooms.


  •  Sculpting clay (white or colored)
  • Vase
  • Glue or adhesive
  • Butter knife


1) Mold and straighten clay

Take the clay and mold it straightly with your hands to warm it up. At that point push it down with your palm to smooth it so you can effortlessly cut out petal shapes.

2) Structure petals

Utilizing the back of your butter knife, cut ou petal shapes.
When you have the petal shaped, smooth out the edges and delicately crease the sides of the petals up to make it look more like a flower.

3) Assamble the flower

Layer the flower petals together and shape them to make one flower shape. You need to make no less than three to four layers of petals to make a natural, 3D look.

To make the center of the flower, roll little balls (no less than three) and place in the center of the petals.

4) Heat to solidify

Preheat the oven to 275 degrees F. Place the flower precisely in a foil-lined preparing dish and heat for about 20 – 25 minutes, or until totally hard (however not cracked).



5) Join to a milk glass vase

Utilizing glue or sticky adhesive, stick the over of the flower to your milk vase. Let dry for a couple of minutes and after that decorate!


Final product


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