Hubcap Flower Yard Art


All you need to make some fun, inexpensive yard art are some roadside hubcaps, spray paint and little creativity.
Steps:
1. Clean off hubcaps with soap and water, then lightly sand.
2. Spray paint each hubcap in a bright color.
3. Use things you already have to add stems (sticks, shovel handles), leaves and more details to the flowers.
4. Assemble the flowers and add them to your yard.
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Use broken shovel handles as stems and enjoy the flowers as yard art.
Clean hubcaps with some and water, lightly sand to paint will adhere.
Spray paint hubcaps in fun colors. Use things you have to add interest (spray a plastic lid for the center of a flower, use tongue depressors for a design)

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Have a question about this project?

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  • Joa31610085
    on Nov 5, 2017

    How did you attach the stems to the hubcaps? Looking all over and no instructions on this part.
  • Deb Riffey Evans
    on Oct 1, 2018

    I am trying to figure out how to make the leaves? Can you help me?

  • Renee
    on Sep 5, 2019

    YES, but what do you use to attach the hub caps on so they will stand in the ground.

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