Grab some flowers the next time you're at the market! With this DIY vase upcycled from a tissue box and newspaper strips, you'll always have a reason to display a fresh bouquet. A tissue box is a great alternative to a vase and especially perfect for short-stemmed flowers. If newspaper strips don't give you the look you're going for, get creative and craft your own design using magazine pages, wrapping paper or whatever else you can dig up. Materials: Tissue Box â€” Newspaper Strips â€” 3 Disposable Cups â€” Glossy Decoupage Medium â€” Acrylic Paint â€” Foam Brush â€” Optional Add-Ons: 2 Small Cabinet Knobs â€” Ribbon â€” Tacky Glue (or E6000 glue for heavier knobs) Steps: â€¢ Peel off the clear plastic strip from the inside of the tissue box. â€¢ Apply a coat of decoupage medium with a foam brush, add a newspaper strip on top of it, and add another coat on top of the strip. Repeat until the entire box is covered. â€¢ Once dry, paint the entire box with acrylic paint. â€¢ For a decorative touch, attach cabinet knobs with glue (tip: if the knobs are heavy, use rubber bands to hold in place until dry). â€¢ Add ribbon around the box with tacky glue. â€¢ Insert disposable cups inside the box. You may need to bend them a little, but they should fit snugly inside. â€¢ Add water to the cups and arrange flowers. Tip: When replacing flowers, first remove flowers then pull out cups one by one and dump out the water. Place cups back into the box to reuse with a new bouquet. Now, let's see your creations! Join our Facebook community and subscribe here to receive next week's DIY project.