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Plaster Of Paris Flowers

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Create faux porcelain flowers with this easy technique using Dollar Store silk flowers.
Time: 1 Hours Cost: $10.00 Difficulty: Easy
Cut the stems of the flowers to about 2-3 inches long.
Mix the plaster of paris and dip the flower into the mixture. Dip a few of the leaves, too.
Let the excess plaster of paris drip off of the flower.
Lay the flowers on wax paper and allow to dry. Once dry, the flowers may be painted if you want them to be another color.
Cut the stem as close to the flower as possible.
Use E6000 to glue the flowers and leaves to any surface.
They're a beautiful touch added to simple canisters.
Make lots of flowers! You'll want to put them on everything!

Materials used for this project:

  • Plaster of Paris   (Craft store)
  • Faux Flowers   (Dollar Store)
  • Wire Cutters   (Home Improvement Store)
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To see more: http://artsyvava.blogspot.com/2015/04/plaster-of-paris-flowers.html

Ask the creator about this project

  • Katy Bowss
    Katy Bowss Woodbridge, VA
    on May 10, 2017

    What a really cool idea. The roses turned out great. Thank you for sharing. :)

  • 1984roro
    1984roro Memphis, TN
    on May 10, 2017

    that's clever - looks great!

  • Bonnie Woolever
    Bonnie Woolever Palmyra, PA
    on May 10, 2017

    That's a really neat idea and they look so cool! Thank you for sharing and I really want to try this.

  • William
    William Burbank, IL
    on May 10, 2017

    Unique idea. Love it! They look great! Super share!

  • Charlee Hunter
    Charlee Hunter Troy, MI
    on May 10, 2017

    Wonderful and beautiful!

  • Brenda  S.
    Brenda S. North Brunswick, NJ
    on May 11, 2017

    This is awesome!!

  • Marylou
    Marylou Saratoga Springs, NY
    on May 11, 2017

    What a different idea. Looks great!!!!

  • Apisa
    Apisa
    on May 12, 2017

    have you tried adding dye to the plaster instead of painting them afterwards?

    • Virginia B
      Virginia B Fayetteville, GA
      on May 12, 2017

      No I haven't tried that, but it's a great idea.

  • M
    M Naperville, IL
    on May 13, 2017

    This is brilliant! Something I want to try soon!

  • Shoshana
    Shoshana Great Neck, NY
    on May 17, 2017

    I love this!

  • Heather
    Heather United Kingdom
    on May 17, 2017

    Wow this is such a great idea. Thanks for sharing :)

  • Jenwren.jb
    Jenwren.jb
    on May 17, 2017

    Wow what a great idea, I have a few little jars at home waiting for a project. I've just found one now thanks to you.

  • Btshy
    Btshy
    on May 17, 2017

    I love this idea. Do you think these flowers could be used outdoors on a cementary plot?

    • Virginia B
      Virginia B Fayetteville, GA
      on May 17, 2017

      I've not tried them outside, Btshy, so I'm not sure how they'd hold up. I would test them out at home and see. You could try making them with Rocktite, which is a cement that you mix. It's pretty thin when you mix it so I think it would work.

  • Catherine Silveus Dickinson
    Catherine Silveus Dickinson Boca Raton, FL
    on May 17, 2017

    😲

  • Judith Alexander
    Judith Alexander
    on May 17, 2017

    These look so beautiful! I love it!

  • Felicia Boros
    Felicia Boros Pompano Beach, FL
    on May 17, 2017

    such a great idea

  • Buchanan383
    Buchanan383
    on May 17, 2017

    LOVE!

  • Rebecca Brown
    Rebecca Brown
    on May 17, 2017

    Love it!

  • Darlene Chinchar
    Darlene Chinchar Belfast, ME
    on May 17, 2017

    What an awesome idea! Thanks

  • Michele
    Michele Munford, TN
    on May 17, 2017

    I love it!!! I am going to do this today... I have a hude box of P. O. P. That i use to make chalk paint. Now you have given me this new idea Thank You!! 😀BIU😊

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