Turn a regular bottle into a meaningful piece of art

Turn a regular bottle into a meaningful piece of art

The paper vase cover or PVC is an award-winning Tiny Miracles product designed by Pepe Heykoop in Amsterdam and handmade in Mumbai, India.


Empty bottles, glasses and jars can literally be found anywhere in the world, from affluent neighborhoods to remote villages and everywhere in between. They are mundane things that are easily overlooked and thrown away, but they don’t have to be. Place the right cover over them and they could elevate any space. The unique design of our paper vase covers make them both beautiful and easy to assemble. Each one is hand-crafted in the slums of India, where the creation of this product provides life-changing opportunities for people to lift themselves out of poverty


PVC 1.0 – Small

  • Object size: 11 x 8 x 25 cm
  • Packaging size: 12 x 19 x 1 cm
  • Weight: 60 grams

PVC 1.0 – Large

  • Object size: 24 x 14 x 42 cm
  • Packaging size: 29 x 22 x 1 cm
  • weight: 155 grams

PVC 2.0

  • Object size: 28,5 x 21,3
  • Packaging size: 24,5 x 34,5 x 1 cm
  • Weight: 155 grams

The philosophy behind the product

Even in the poorest of areas it is possible to create designs that are not only beautiful and functional, but also socially impactful. However, while our products are great, they are simply a means to achieving a much larger ambition: to create opportunities that truly empower people to break their own poverty cycles, dream big, and take their future into their own hands.

Our mission is to enable one million people to get out and stay out of poverty by 2030 and to inspire others to join us. As a B Corp, Tiny Miracles is certified to meet the highest standards of social and environmental impact.

Learn more at www.tinymiracles.com.


The FSC certified packaging of this product has been made in a responsible way. To make sure it doesn’t go to waste, we encourage you to recycle it. For example, you could use it as a folder!

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