25 of the Best Vase Filler Ideas for any occasion. Easy Ideas for Glass Vase Fillers that are budget friendly and easy to make.
Best Vase Filler Ideas
We have super easy vase filler ideas that are so pretty and simple to do. These filling vase ideas are budget friendly and take hardly any effort to put together.
You might already have the items needed to make these around the house. Many of these ideas include natural vase fillers that you can find in your yard. Other ideas include inexpensive home decor items or dollar store finds.
You can fill the space with these ideas and add fresh flowers, dried flowers, candles and more. There are so many decoration ideas to try.
The next time you are making a flower arrangement, try some of these creative vase filler ideas.
1. Conversation Hearts
It is so much fun to use conversation hearts for a whimsical vase filler idea perfect for Valentine’s Day. You can add your favorite flowers for an awesome gift or centerpiece.
You can use an old Mason Jar and candy to make this adorable centerpiece for Spring. It is so much fun to use an assortment of candy.
Utilize Peeps in an assortment of fun colors to make this dazzling centerpiece. You can use any clear glass container that you have to make this adorable idea.
4. Dried Beans
This easy DIY provides step by step instructions to not only make a hurricane candle holder but also frugal filler ideas. Dried beans make a great filler and takes very little time and money to make.
5. Sand and Seashells
This coastal themed hurricane is a great way to incorporate natural colors and filler items. Feel free to use seashells from your collection. You could add some glass beads or sea glass for a pop of color if desired.
6. Popcorn Kernel
This clever idea can be used year round with the simple filler idea of unpopped popcorn kernels. You can change the color of ribbon and add a candle or anything you like to make this work for any occasion.
7. Lemon Slices
Cut a lemon into slices for the perfect citrus inspired vase filler. This would also work with lime slices as well. Another idea is to alternate both for a fun and colorful look.
8. Wine Corks
Put your wine cork collection to good use. They make the perfect filler and you can top with a candle.
9. Coffee Beans
You can use coffee beans to fill vases and top with votives for a festive centerpiece. Use twine or any ribbon you prefer to wrap around the vase for a bow.
10. Bouncy Balls
This whimsical idea to use bouncy balls is perfect for a child’s party or when you need something fun and festive. All of the colorful balls make this centerpiece so bright and cheerful.
11. Scrabble Tiles
Simple Scrabble tiles make the perfect filler for a vase and provide a neutral background for any color. This is so pretty for any occasion year round.
12. Rock Salt
You will be amazed at how plain rock salt can be used in a vase as a filler. You can use food coloring to dye the salt any color you prefer. This is very inexpensive and easy to do.
13. Aroma Beads
You can use aroma beads to add a pop of color to your vase and make everything smell amazing. These come in an assortment of colors and scents.
14. Alphabet Magnets
Don’t toss those ABC’s on the fridge and use them for a cute vase filler. This would make a great gift for a teacher on the first day of school or for teacher appreciation.
Fruit makes a natural and lovely idea to fill a vase while keeping it inexpensive. Some ideas include apples, oranges, lemons, pears and more.
16. Patriotic Beans
Layer red, white and blue beans for a festive and patriotic themed vase idea. This is so pretty for Memorial Day, July 4th, Veteran’s Day or anytime you need a festive centerpiece.
17. Sea Glass
If you collect sea glass, it is so unique in a vase and gorgeous with a candle on top. This can easily be coordinated to any decor or theme in your home.
An assortment of buttons will look so pretty in a clear vase where all the colors can shine. This classic idea would also look pretty inside a mason jar for a vintage look.
19. Spray Painted Beans
Not only are dried beans great fillers but they are so easy to paint to match numerous decor themes. You can spray the beans any color you choose.
20. Colored Water
Dye water using food coloring for an inexpensive vase filler that can easily match any party theme. You can use several vases and different color schemes.
21. Mod Podge Balls
You can use mod podge to decorate plastic balls for an inexpensive vase filler that is easily customizable. This is so clever and very inexpensive to make.
22. Fake Snow
Make fake snow out of Epsom salt and glitter for a beautiful vase filler. This is great for Christmas but can be used any time of year.
23. Moss and Burlap Covered Balls
These natural and organic covered balls look perfect for a neutral setting. It looks so pretty to mix together moss balls and burlap covered balls. You could even throw in a few pine cones.
Twigs and branches can easily be gathered around the yard and used inside a vase. It is so pretty.
25. Easter Eggs
Easter Eggs make a great Spring time vase filler for a stunning centerpiece idea.
Easy Ideas for Glass Vase Fillers
The ideas are numerous for easy vase fillers. You can match any decor, theme or occasion with these simple but pretty ideas.