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Flower Test Tubes

Test tubes, which are glued onto small wooden cubes with adhesive coins, highlight the beauty of single flowers. Tip: Here, we've arranged several wood test tube vases on a tray, to create a particularly attractive picture.

Level of difficulty Leisurely inspiration
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We need:

Old building blocks in natural wood glass test tubes with even bottoms brush, chalk paint tesa® On & Off General Purpose Hook & Loop Coins self-adhesive tesa® Masking Tape Perfect 50m x 19mm

This Is How We Do It:

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For these DIY test tube vases, we need:

Old building blocks in natural wood, glass test tubes with even bottoms, brush, chalk paint, tesa® On & Off General Purpose Hook & Loop Coins self-adhesive, tesa® Masking Tape Perfect 50m x 19mm.

 

 

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For the graphic patterns, mask off the surfaces on the building blocks that you wish to paint.

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Color the free spaces with chalk paint.

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After drying, remove the masking tape.

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Stick the harder part of the adhesive coin on the wooden block and press firmly.

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Now, stick the soft counterpart to the bottom of a test tube and again, press firmly.

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Fill test tube with water and place it on the adhesive coin. Press firmly, fill the vase with flowers, and admire your test tube centerpiece.