Do you have a cupboard full of vases that you never use? I say we start eliminating that. Here’s my solution. Whenever I’m planning a party my goal is to reduce as much waste as possible and at the same time to throw in something unexpected. Add in that at the time of this party IKEA had these water pitchers on sale for about $1.50 each. Ta da, a perfect solution. But, you might be asking, what does all of this mean? It means that I found a flower vase that can be reused, is fun, and all for a great price. And here’s the genius of the whole thing. After the party is over you have beautiful floral arrangements that you can give away without worry. Inexpensive vases are great for this because they don’t have to be returned. Inexpensive vases that are really water pitchers are great for this because they don’t have to be returned and they have another life after the flowers die. Inexpensive vases that are really water pitchers and that are given as a gift are great for this because they don’t have to be returned, they have another life after the flowers die, and they bring happiness to someone else. Problem solved.

2 Comments

  1. Super idea! I especially love how we can give the arrangement to our guest with the "vase"…brilliant. I wish I had an IKEA close by….you always manage to find awesome things there at great prices! Thanks for always giving us great ideas, Brittany.

    Karen Wilson, Owner, lillybelle Custom Designs    Monday, September 21, 2009
  2. I love this idea! If you don’t have an KIEA near you, try a major craft store. They have glass bowls and jars and vases for close to a dollar. (I didn’t realize this until I bought glass goldfish bowls to give out with goldfish as a party favor last month.)

    bylittlehands    Tuesday, September 22, 2009

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