Now here's a DIY I could get behind! Wrapped paper vases are chic, simple and more importantly --- entirely inexpensive to make. Better yet? Why not switch out the paper each season for a sweet and versatile decorative touch? Check out the tutorial below, courtesy of the fine folk at Natural Home
1. Measure and cut handmade paper (available at specialty paper and craft stores or online) to the right height for your tall, straight-sided glass with a craft blade or scissors. You can leave the top edge irregular or cut it straight.
2. Thoroughly paint the back of the paper with white glue or Mod Podge, a nontoxic acrylic découpage medium sold at craft stores. Be sure the adhesive goes all the way to the edge.
3. Smooth the paper around the glass vase. Press firmly as you go to remove air bubbles. Let dry before using.