10 Minute Lavender Wall Sconces

$7.00
10 Minutes
Easy

This is a lovely , easy , & very inexpensive Spring project I thought up in just a few minutes! I love Dollar tree crafting!
I am seriously becoming such a lazy crafter. I want to have the fun of crafting without spending all day on something. I also want inexpensive projects to make and decorate my home with. So of course I payed another visit to the Dollar Tree. I thought let me think up something new. I saw these pretty serving platters & these lovely little lavender plants and had the idea of attempting to make floral wall scones. I saw some pretty ribbon the Dollar Tree has as well I thought would make a great hanger.
What you will need:
Metal serving platter or platters
Small fake potted plants
Ribbon
Strong glue
I made three of these but you can just make one if you desire or more!
Cut your ribbon into the length strips you want to make your hangers. Just glue on to the back in an upside down u pattern. Put a lot of glue on one side of the flowered pot to anchor to the plate.
Press firmly in place and hold a bit.
Enjoy! It was that fast & easy. A painless easy craft any one can do and it turns out so lovely. If you do not like the shine of the plates you can always paint them first as well. I loved the shine myself and how it reflex's the Spring time sun!
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  • Suzie
    Suzie
    on Apr 11, 2016

    You could even do this with wood ! :-)

  • Marra
    Marra
    on Apr 11, 2016

    That's when you pull out the E6000 craft glue :-)

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