Polygon paper vases – A Subtle Revelry

Polygon paper vases

Give a handful of flowers a bright modern touch with these super easy (and crazy cheap) polygon paper vases. Use the artistic display to center a table for a stunning and fun spring look. The vases will lend good use to that stack of mason jars sitting around from last spring!

To make these polygon vases you will need planted herbs or small vases of flowers and scrapbook paper, one piece per vase… see the step by step process here.

Fun right?!? Project styling and photography done for Project Wedding by me.


  1. Incredible, lady! Where do you think of these creative ideas?! :)

  2. Heather

    27 February

    What a gorgeous idea.

  3. Lena

    27 February

    How impossibly clever!

  4. This is such a beautiful, clever idea!

  5. Emily

    28 February

    Oh cute! And simple! Love those kind of ideas that are quick but cheery.

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  7. Emily

    28 February

    Oh my gosh! These are so simple, yet beautiful!


  8. Gloria

    28 February

    Oooh cute idea and so wallet friendly!

  9. candleashes

    28 February

    what a fun idea!

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  11. Liz

    29 February

    Spring is in the air and I can’t wait to buy beautiful flowers at this summers Farmer’s Market!

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  14. becca

    5 March

    these would be great in my classroom! especially when learning about the good ole polygon!

  15. These are awesome. I love the colors too! Great job Victoria!

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