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Recycled Milk Carton Vase
Pattern Number: 90110AD
Rating: *****
4.3 (based on 4 reviews)
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Recycled Milk Carton Vase Reviewed by Sarah Oldham on 2011-05-16 *****
Great idea! and to clean it just spray with Febreze fabric and leave to dry.
I used a plastic milk carton with the handle and top removed, so that I could put a planter of growing herbs inside. Same effect and waterproof too.

Recycled Milk Carton Vase Reviewed by Jaymi Horne on 2009-09-11 ****
Of course you could put water directly into the milk carton, but the point of the glass insert is to protect the milk carton after you've covered it. After covering, you could not easily wash it, but you can take the glass out and wash it easily without damaging your carton or yarn.

Recycled Milk Carton Vase Reviewed by bianca bennett on 2009-09-13 ****
this is great! I found the jar helped give more stability when it had flowers in it

Recycled Milk Carton Vase Reviewed by Peggy on 2009-09-11 ****
Nice idea for teacher gifts -- you can load with cookies, candy or flowers! Short ones (like those coming from the school cafeteria) might make nice crayon/pencil holders. Surprised to see the jar requirement and that you can't use a carton with plastic spout. Milk cartons should be able to hold water as much as they can hold milk... if you have a carton with plastic spout, just make shorter flaps at the top with a rounded edge!

 
 
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