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Falling Flowers Spring Sign

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My project is a simple but messy to make Falling Flowers Spring Sign. The materials used you just might have around the house.
Time: 1 Hours Cost: $0 Difficulty: Easy
Laying out the falling flowers
This is my finished falling flowers spring sign.
Below is the messy drippy flowers I started with.
Above is what I started with. A bunch of inexpensive silk flowers that were dipped right into a container of paint. Then hung on a barb wire fence to drip dry. Note: they did take all night to dry.
While the flowers were drying, I made an image transfer from a small piece of drop cloth to resemble a flower seed packet.
When the flowers dried, I cut the wire stems off next to the heads.
I found an old board in the workshop and hot glued the "flower seed packet" to the top...upside down. Then glued the flowers spilling from the packet down the board.
Then hung my falling flowers spring sign along with a collection of white decor over the mantel. Make sure to click the link below to see the mantel and sign dressed in white for spring.
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  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on Mar 7, 2016


  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Mar 14, 2016

    So unique, Jeanette!

  • Wendy Tellson Armistead
    Wendy Tellson Armistead United Kingdom
    on Mar 17, 2016

    I LOVE the painted flowers..I have seen this done with plastic fruit around a picture frame..also Lovely!!

    • @Wendy Tellson Armistead Plastic fruit are cool! When I was young my family got a kit to make beaded fruit. Our fingers were sore for weeks! But it was fun.

  • Elaine
    Elaine Canada
    on Mar 17, 2016

    Very creative, Jeanette, and white is always lovely. The seed sack really adds to the idea. My fingers are itching to do one further tiny thing .... is it possible to find one extra small white flower and place it (loose) in other words, right on the mantel (just below the spray of blossoms next to the right creamer) so it looks as though one blossom actually fell off the board and landed on the mantel? If you don't have an extra, even just a few petals, perhaps? I'd be curious to see what that looks like. You did a great job doing something different! :)

  • Sherry Fram
    Sherry Fram Charleston, AR
    on Mar 17, 2016

    That is just too cute! Love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

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