Lucy Grymes

Instant Vase

Maker Lucy Grymes Dean created her so-simple, so-smart, and so-pretty paper vase wraps when she was using drinking glasses to hold flowers. That just wasn’t cutting it for this lover of prints and color. Her wraps can fit around things like a Mason jar, a cup, or even a can, and instantly transform it into a cheerful accent you’ll want to have on display. And using one means no need to buy (or store) an actual vase. Lucy worked in IT, but creativity was calling so she went back to school to study textile design. She turned to the N Street Village in Washington, D.C., to help make the wraps. This non-profit provides women in need with employment opportunities. The team there hand-fold the wraps which are printed in Maryland with Lucy’s original designs. The result is a fuss-free and cheerful way to brighten up your space.

Lucy Grymes

Paper Vase Wraps

Instant Vase

Maker Lucy Grymes Dean created her so-simple, so-smart, and so-pretty paper vase wraps when she was using drinking glasses to hold flowers. That just wasn’t cutting it for this lover of prints and color. Her wraps can fit around things like a Mason jar, a cup, or even a can, and instantly transform it into a cheerful accent you’ll want to have on display. And using one means no need to buy (or store) an actual vase. Lucy worked in IT, but creativity was calling so she went back to school to study textile design. She turned to the N Street Village in Washington, D.C., to help make the wraps. This non-profit provides women in need with employment opportunities. The team there hand-fold the wraps which are printed in Maryland with Lucy’s original designs. The result is a fuss-free and cheerful way to brighten up your space.
Lucy Grymes
Handcrafted
Independent Maker
Made in the USA
Sustainable Living
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Quick Questions

What types of containers can I use with the wrap?

The wrap fits around most small containers that hold water. Some good options are mason jars, cans, and stemless wine glasses. The maximum height is about 5" and the width should be 4" or less in order for the wraps to keep their form.

Learn more about the product

Paper Vase Wraps - Set of 3 see details

Lucy Grymes

Paper Vase Wraps

Instant Vase

Maker Lucy Grymes Dean created her so-simple, so-smart, and so-pretty paper vase wraps when she was using drinking glasses to hold flowers. That just wasn’t cutting it for this lover of prints and color.

Her wraps can fit around things like a Mason jar, a cup, or even a can, and instantly transform it into a cheerful accent
you’ll want to have on display. And using one means no need to buy (or store) an actual vase.

Lucy worked in IT, but creativity was calling so she went back to school to study textile design. She turned to the N Street Village in Washington, D.C., to help make the wraps. This non-profit provides women in need with employment opportunities. The team there hand-fold the wraps which are printed in Maryland with Lucy’s original designs. The result is a fuss-free and cheerful way to brighten up your space.
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Quick Questions

What types of containers can I use with the wrap?

The wrap fits around most small containers that hold water. Some good options are mason jars, cans, and stemless wine glasses. The maximum height is about 5" and the width should be 4" or less in order for the wraps to keep their form.

Learn more about the product

Paper Vase Wraps - Set of 3 see details