DIY: Layered plaster vase

Bring the Re-assemble style trend into your home
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Looking for some fresh inspiration for your home? Take a look at our style trends for 2018. There’s a good chance that one of the three styles the we have selected is perfect for you. Roll up your sleeves and get stuck in. With the Re-assemble plaster vase DIY project, for example.  


  • Empty container, e.g. water

  • Plaster

  • Pigments (Available from your DIY store)

  • Cardboard

  • Test tubes

  • Flowers that you find beautiful; we chose carnations, forget-me-nots, kalanchoë flowers and Allium


Step 1. Cut the top off the (water) container, and fasten the pieces of cardboard around the container with elastic bands. Place the test tubes inside this.

Step 2. Make the plaster according to the instructions, and add some pigment. (We chose fresh pink!) Leave to dry thoroughly.

Step 3. When everything is nice and dry, remove the plaster from the mould. Then create an attractive composition with the wood pieces and image material that you've collected. 

Step 4. Fill the test tubes with water and insert the flowers. Don’t forget to trim them!

Got the bug? Take a look at the other DIY projects: the flowery romantic chandelier and rebellious plant pot.