Member Spotlight: Kimmy’s Vase Filler

Thank you so much to everyone that shared vase filler ideas in response to my Inspired Idea: Me & the Sea blog post! All of the submissions were so fun to look through and you guys had some really interesting ideas. I especially loved this submission from member, Kimmy


Isn’t this such a creative idea? The miscellaneous spools of twine and string are unexpectedly beautiful. And the neutral palette creates an earthy yet simple feast for the eyes.

Thank you again to member Kimmy for sharing this great idea with us!

XO Lauren

Categories: Decorate, Lauren Conrad, Member Spotlight
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  • Kimmy S

    OMG OMG! Thank you! So happy you liked it!!

  • Anna Gorbacheva

    yes, at least it is veery unussual!!)) good idea))

  • DREW Humphries

    what a cutie idea!!

  • Elena Last name

    Great one..specially if you have a cat like I do.

  • Audra Downing

    Love it! Such a subtle beachy feel. Natural but still feminine!

  • Emmy Rho

    Oh wow, I love that! so unexpected!!


  • Salam Rumman

    this is such a creative pretty idea (:

  • Amanda Kretchmer

    cute idea!

  • Maria Abbruscato

    That is such an adorable idea!!!!!

  • Nell

    Its really pretty!

  • Sloane K.

    I love the idea, Lauren!

  • Plez Lowery

    I Love it!!!

  • Katie Reeder

    I like the idea :) very creative. It seems a little beachy even because of the slight blue tint of the vase and the twine is the color of the sand and shells. go Kimmy! lol

  • First nameAnabelle Last nameLinkous

    <3<3<3'S IT SO MUCH!

  • petra nokelainen

    It’s cool!

  • Lala

    Awhh I love this! I really liked the idea you had with the shells and I was trying to think of something different. This is so cute & creative!

  • Katherine S

    Please keep on posting decorating ideas! I’m moving into my first house and I need some inspiration!

  • Amy Lakich

    So sweet, I love this!

  • Kiwi

    I think this is a really cool idea! I mean it looks very clean and organized with that vintage feeling. I just love it! i definitely want to do this! :)

  • Kimberly Reed


    ScissorsIronCopy Machine

    Getting Started

    1. Use a photocopy machine to copy the image to iron-on paper2. Place the image facedown onto the fabric and iron the transfer onto the cloth. Most transfer papers need at least two minutes of applied heat in order to work, but read the directions for your specific paper to be sure. After the paper has been ironed, let the fabric cool for two minutes before peeling off the paper.3. Use this letter stamp to make an initial or name on a separate piece of fabric.4. Cut the image out with a scissors and apply spray adhesive to the back, and then simply stick the photo onto the pot.

    Photo Planters


    Terra Cotta PotIron-on computer paperPhotographCanvas or scraps of material, choose light colored and tightly woven fabrics for easy photo transferStamp and stamp padSpray adhesive



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