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Have you seen those beautiful vertical framed succulent planters. Then I got a brilliant idea. Why not create framed dried flowers that has a similar look to the succulent planter. I already have lots of dried flowers and this no maintenance art will last a long time.
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The idea is to use the back end of the canvas and place some wire inside for a rustic look, and to give the flowers a place to adhere to. First, remove the paper from the wooden frame. Then cut it down in size to cover the front, and staple it back into place. Chicken wire would work well too. Cut the wire just a bit larger than the frame, and turn under the edges with some pliers. This will help it will fit snugly inside the frame.
Then the real fun begins. Use a hot glue gun and place the flowers all over the frame. Here there are a few fresh ranunculus, statice and green balls which should dry well.
I also purchased some straw flowers on Etsy. You can buy them here. This is my favorite kind of project. Working with pretty flowers and creating something special with their natural beauty.
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And please know that you can unsubscribe at any time by emailing me patti hearthandvine. Patti, I love this and have been gathering materials to make myself one ever since I saw this. Is the fabric mesh that you used, window screen type stuff?
How did you make it stay inside the frame? I have some wire and I also have the nylon window screen and I am trying to decide which to use. Thanks for the idea and instructions! I used hardware cloth that I purchased a while ago for another project. It was either at Lowes or Home Depot. This material is very stiff.
I was able to cut it just a bit larger than the opening of the frame and turn the edges inward so that it sticks inside all on its own. You could do the same with chicken wire. Screening is pretty soft and malleable so what I would do with that is use a heavy duty stapler and staple it to the frame.
Start in the middle of one of the sides and place a staple. Then pull tight and place a staple in the middle of the opposite side. Then go to the other two sides and place a staple in the middle pulling tight each time. Then go around filling in with enough staples to secure it to the frame. OMW Patti, what a beautiful creation. Those dried flowers in the frame look like a work of art. The colors are just stunning.
Beautiful idea, Patti. I am always inspired when I visit your blog. Your creativity is never ending. Thanks for sharing your ideas. Patty, I love dried flowers and this is such a unique idea, do you spray them afterwards with anything.
I could not see on the post if you did. Sometimes hair spray. No, I did not spray it. Thanks for bringing it up in case anyone wants to try it. I just love this! So bright, and fresh!
I would be tempted to use it as a wreath on the front door for spring! Thanks Maureen! This came out stunning Patti. Very clever to use the fabric mesh inside. And that burst of colors is wow!!
I love this Patti!!! There are roses in there as well as some faux fall vines and orange-headed daisies. This would be a great project to repurpose all them!!! Will be posting to my FB to share and for me to find again later.
You definitely should try it or some version of this project since you already have so many wonderful flowers to work with! You had a really nice assortment of flowers to display in this piece and the colors pattern is one of my favorites.
I really like this…. Your email address will not be published. Leave this field empty. Comments Patti, I love this and have been gathering materials to make myself one ever since I saw this. Hi Nikki, I used hardware cloth that I purchased a while ago for another project. This should make it strong enough to glue the flowers to.
Good luck. Hi Mary, Thanks. Hi Barbara, You definitely should try it or some version of this project since you already have so many wonderful flowers to work with! Hi Carole, Thank you.
It was so fun to make. The flowers are so pretty. They make it easy. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.