Turning a wood vase to hold flowers is a great project. But the flowers must be dry or fake as you can't fill the vessel with water.
An alternative would be to turn the vase and use a plastic or glass insert to hold the water. I've even seen people using test tubes. So, it's time to be creative!
|Turned Floral Flask|
By: Wood Magazine
Fashion a handsome canteen-shape vase that combines both solid stock and beautifully figured veneer.
|A Flower Pot|
By: Darrell Feltmate
In this short project, Darrell shows us how he approaches the hollowing of a dried flower pot.
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