If you’re looking for the perfect pop of Spring for a door or wall, we’ve got you covered! We are excited to be sharing this beautiful DIY flower monogram! We shared this over at The Ribbon Retreat last week, which is also where we got all the gorgeous flowers. It’s so simple to make– we’re talking less than hour from start to finish, and it’s just perfect for Spring!
Let’s get started!
Here’s what you need:
- Assorted flowers from the Ribbon Retreat
- Paper Mache monogram
- Craft knife
- Craft Styrofoam
- Hot glue
- Ribbon for hanging
We used a 16 inch paper mache letter and about 22 flowers of different sizes.
We want the flowers to be nested in the monogram, but not all the way to the bottom of the paper mache. Use some craft syrofoam to fill the letter. We picked some up from our local Dollar Store then cut it down to fit. You want it to come about 1/2 way up the inside of the monogram. Hot glue the styrofoam in place.
We chose oranges, yellows and whites for our monogram, but of course the colors can be switched up however you want. So many possibilities! I think I’d like to make another one for one of my daughters bedroom. This would be beautiful on a front door too, as long as your front porch is covered.
Simple, bright, and beautiful!
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