Cheerful - vases with Easter atmosphere

These vase contents pay homage to Easter and are guaranteed to put you in a good mood at Easter brunch.
Materials
Variant 1: tin container; coconut bark; feathers; string; hot glue; spring flowers such as tulips, ranunculus, freesia, viburnum as well as blueberry twigs (Vaccinium myrtillus).
Variant 2: glass vase; packing paper; feathers; string; gift tag; adhesive letters; spring flowers such as tulips, anemones, freesias, viburnum as well as blueberry twigs and willow catkins.
Method variant 1
  1. Attach the coconut bark to the container with hot glue.
  2. Glue the feathers to the bark.
  1. Tie the string around the pot. This looks good and gives the bark and feathers extra support.
  2. Fill the pot with water and place the flowers in it. Start with the blueberry twigs and just stick the other flowers in between.
Method variant 2
  1. Wrap the vase with packing paper and secure it with the string.
  2. Fill the vase with water and put the flowers in it. Start with the blueberry twigs and just stick the other flowers in between.
  1. Add a nice message (Happy Easter) to the gift tag via the adhesive letters and attach it to the string.
  2. Finally, stick a few little feathers through the string - and you have a lovely Easter vase.
Tip
These vases with original contents not only look good at home, but also make a wonderful gift if you are invited.

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