Five Below Just Dropped the Cutest Flower Finds for $5, and I’m Grabbing Both ASAP

published Jul 5, 2024
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The next time you’re at Five Below, head to the home decor section, stat. There are a handful of adorable flower vases in stock right now that are quirky, kitschy, and just over $5 each. Some come with faux plants already included, and others are empty and ready to hold your favorite fresh bouquets. Honestly, the hardest decision you’ll have to make is if you only grab one or if you grab them all. (I’m going with the latter.)

“NEW FIVE BELOW $5 ROOM FINDS!!” Kim from Dollar Tree Dollie wrote in a recent Instagram caption first posted on June 27. “Ahhh I just love @fivebelow decor!! And they get new items in every week! Have you purchased any room items from five below?!”

“Ugh I love it all I’m gonna go broke,” one person commented on Kim’s post. Another said, “The oat milk jar,” and included a heart-eyes emoji.

The cute tulip and the oat milk vases are the obvious standouts (although the takeout container is pretty adorable, too), and they’re two of the finds I added to my cart immediately after seeing them on Kim’s Instagram. In fact, you might even recognize the oat milk vase. sells a similar version for just under $30 online, but you can grab this Five Below vase in stores for $5.55. A huge steal, if you ask me.

The tulip will brighten up any space you put it in; it’ll look adorable on your windowsill, bookshelf, or even as the centerpiece on your dining room table. Bonus points if you actually put tulips in the tulip vase.

Both of these vases are available to shop in Five Below stores, or you can order them online and pick them up at your nearest Five Below location. They’re perfect for flowers, pens and pencils, paintbrushes, and more. These little vases will definitely put a smile on your face every time you look at them. And just $5.55 each, why limit yourself to just one?