- A collection of attractive plastic bottles or test tubes. For a playful effect use various shapes and sizes.
- Nylon wire or fishing line
- A wooden stick or a branch
- A drill
HOW YOU DO IT
- To start, drill a hole in all the bottles or test tubes. If you need to drill into glass it’s best done under water to avoid any risk of flying glass splinters. If you’re using test tubes with raised edges, you can skip this step: you just wrap the wire firmly below the edge.< /li>
- After drilling the holes, feed nylon wire or fishing line through them. Make sure that you leave enough length because there will be multiple test tubes hanging on the wire. Make as many wires as you like, and attach them to a stick. Secure the stick to the curtain rail, or use the drill to make holes for hooks in the ceiling.
- Fill the vases with water and place flowers in the vases. You can vary the length of the stems to suit your personal taste.
- Finally, place an attractive flower in each vase. For an eclectic window opt for a palette of different flowers, and for a minimalist look stick to a single flower type. For a curtain with a real springtime feel use a mixture of tulips, mini carnations, anemones, daffodils, ranunculus, and gerberas.