Music Sheet Cone Vase

I bought this gorgeous wrapping paper at Christmas and now I have all these odds and ends of it left over.  I didn't want to throw any out and most pieces were really too small to use for wrapping next year.  I really loved the paper cone vase I had made earlier this year, so I decided to make another version of it.

It's so easy, you just cut a square shape and wrap it around your hand making it tight on the other end, tape the joint with magic tape or glue it together and pop in a little arrangement of dried flowers.  I used hydrangeas and lavender to make this one.

Ta dah!



To hang it, I punched a hole in the back and added a twine loop.  So easy, so pretty.

Here is the one I made a few months ago

Makes for a cute gift also - even with fresh flowers!  Just wrap your favourite gift wrap around the bundle of flowers and tie it with a pretty ribbon.

Happy New Year!

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33 comments:

  1. Those are so pretty! I like how easy you make it too. I was doing some that I had to add sheet music onto a more durable surface, etc. these are nice and simple. Pretty!
    Karen

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  2. I agree Anne it is very pretty and super easy! What a pretty way to give flowers to someone with this too!
    xx
    Anne

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  3. Anne,

    What a pretty idea for leftover wrapping paper! Love the note sheet paper!

    blessings,
    karianne

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  4. This is so delicate and lovely!

    Have a wonderful New Year, Anne ~ xoxo

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  5. Very pretty Anne ... LOVE that wrapping paper. I have lots of old sheet music, maybe I should try that.
    Blessings and Happy new year.
    Audrey Z.
    Timeless Treasures

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  6. I have that same music sheet wrapping paper! I might copy-cat you, very pretty!

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  7. Anne, this is just lovely I love the lavender poking out.

    Cynthia

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  8. Sooooo pretty Anne!! Love that shutter too! Happy New Year!!

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  9. Great idea. Something I would do with this is hang it in the hall cupboard so that everytime you open the door you get a nice flower smell. But I'm sure you already thought of all this. J.

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  10. Anne, Love your music sheet cone and the flowers are so pretty! Wishing you health, happiness and living your dreams in the New Year!

    Jody

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  11. They are soooo cute. Small ones can go on the tree or by a place setting and hold a little treat. Great idea. I'm ready to start.
    Happy New Year!
    Lisa Rose

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  12. Very pretty. I love the smell of lavender but I couldn't get it to grow where I live.
    All the best in the New Year!

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  13. I love making something crafty that I can make fast and it looks good too! Love it :)
    Happy New Year to you too!!!!
    Hugs

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  14. Love it Anne and so easy I certainly like that fact! Really neat!

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  15. What a great idea Anne...you always find creative uses for just about everything!!....the cone is so pretty!!!....so what do you think about a flower cone holder with leftover Christmas Hello Kitty paper? :).....Happy New Year Anne!!!

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  16. Such a charming way to use our favorite snippets! Thanks so much for your visits. I hope 2013 is a great year for you!

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  18. Very pretty + charming! Happy New Year to you and yours!

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  19. I have that same wrapping paper Anne!! Those are great ideas for it and they hint at Spring being right around the corner. :-)
    Vanessa

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  20. Love this idea, Anne. I have some sheets I bought and never made anything with. Now I have an idea thanks to your sharing at the All Star Block Party.

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  21. Hi Anne, I love this idea! I never know what to do with those pieces of paper that are just a little too small. This is really creative and they turned out so pretty. I could see them for May Day baskets too. Have a great day!

    Debbie

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  23. Such a wonderful use of left-over wrapping paper... I found your blog from the Feathered Nest Friday linking party and have become your latest follower.

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  24. What a lovely project!!! fresh and pretty!

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  25. Your cones are very pretty and love how your changed them for different uses, different ways to put them together, different contents. I've always loved making cones, they're so versatile. Just have to let your imagination go.
    I'm a new subscriber, glad to find your blog. Happy creating in 2013

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  26. Very pretty! And so easy to do with scraps around the house! Love it.
    Saw you sharing at Transformation Thursday
    Debbie :)

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  27. Your little cone is beautiful, I have tried making those without much luck. I will try again, yours is gorgeous.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  29. So nice! When my friend Judy was here we tried to make some cones....it was harder than it looked! Yours looks great and your pictures are beautiful!

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