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Making a Geometric Vase

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This is a really nice decor piece, and so versatile. I saw something similar online and was inspired to create my own SVG version of it. It is very modern in design. Consider making a few to group together. The possibilities are endless. What a great way to liven up your decor with a bit of color or glimmer.

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I used Stardream Metallic Card Stock in Gold. CutCardStock’s Stardream line is one of my favorite card stocks with a bit of metallic, it has a great look. And just perfect to show off the angles of the vase.

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I cut the file on a Cricut Maker. As a reminder, set the red lines to score and load your scoring tool before setting the file to cut. The materials are minimal for this project making it so easy to make. One sheet of Stardream cardstock and some adhesive, that’s all that is needed.

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Please visit the store to download the free SVG file: [Paper Vase SVG]

The video tutorial below shows how to easily put it together.

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This view shows the vase alone, look at the gleaming gold! It really isn’t a vase perse but a wrap. Consider placing a jar, candlestick, or cup inside to hold your arrangement. This way you can add live flowers or plants. Even for branches or artificial flowers, a container placed inside the paper vase can add a bit of weight to steady the piece.

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