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Succulent Letter Craft

Making this decor or party piece saves so much than buying it in a store. Our local craft supply store had the large metal letters on sale! The Faux succulents were from craft store & local discount retailers & even the Dollar Store!
What a fun craft to make! Plus, it becomes a beautiful frug-elegant decor piece for your home or party.
Supplies needed: Large metal letter (from craft store), Faux Succulents (assorted sizes), Faux Moss, Foam Shapes (for filling), Spray Glue & Glue Gun
It's easy to trim the moss to fit the shape.
Here, I used the wine bottles to weigh it all down as it dried. The bottles fit this shape well & had some good weight. You can use anything you have around the house.
Using scissors to poke a hole into the moss.
Before you put the succulent into the moss, add hot glue onto the stem of the plant, & then put in place. Using the glue on each stem helps secure each succulent & keep them in place.
Finished & ready for Home Decor or Party- Looks FrugElegantly Fabulous! Come see the original post on the Blog!

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Ask the creator about this project

  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on Feb 18, 2015

    WOW love this so much!

  • Sheila Berger
    Sheila Berger Amboy, IL
    on Feb 18, 2015

    Thanks for a great idea! Yours looks amazing! Going to make one for my best friend for her birthday. Think the letter S would look pretty cool with this.

    • FrugElegance
      on Feb 19, 2015

      @Sheila Berger Thats great Sheila! Take a pic when you are done & show us.

  • Cathy B
    Cathy B Phoenix, AZ
    on Feb 18, 2015

    A wreath would be beautiful too! Nice job!

  • Ketrinque
    Ketrinque Harrisville, RI
    on Feb 18, 2015

    OMG! I want to do this! Thanks!

  • Writerchick
    Writerchick Pflugerville, TX
    on Feb 18, 2015

    How creative and unique! Love it!

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