Acrylic Water Flower Arrangement

6 Materials
$90
1 Day
Medium

Use acrylic water and artificial flowers to create permanent floral arrangements for your home. This DIY flower arrangement features fake water and Afloral.com premium silk flowers in a simple How To home decorating idea.
acrylic water flower arrangement
For this project you will need "Liquid Illusion" acrylic water, artificial flowers, a clear glass vase, disposable bowl and spoon, and dye (optional).

Remember that once the Liquid Illusion has hardened you will not be able to remove it from the vase, so choose a permanent container.
acrylic water flower arrangement
acrylic water flower arrangement
Pour the resin into a disposable container.
acrylic water flower arrangement
acrylic water flower arrangement
Pour in equal parts hardener (following directions on the Liquid Illusion package) and stir for about 2 minutes.
acrylic water flower arrangement
Pour the mixture into the vase.
acrylic water flower arrangement
Place the artificial flower stem into the Liquid Illusion and set aside to set.
acrylic water flower arrangement
Create a colorful arrangement by adding a few drops of dye into the acrylic water and stirring.
acrylic water flower arrangement
Pour the colorful water into a vase.
acrylic water flower arrangement
Insert the silk flower stems into the acrylic water and arrange. It will take approximately 24-36 hours for the Liquid Illusion to firmly set.
acrylic water flower arrangement
Enjoy!
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Have a question about this project?

1 question
  • Pamela Hunter
    on Oct 6, 2017

    Can this be used in plastic containers?

    • Afloral
      on Oct 6, 2017

      Yes! The only material the instructions do not recommend using is styrofoam. Glass, metal and plastic are all safe to use. Read the full list of instructions that come with the resin prior to using.

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  • Lynne
    on Oct 6, 2017

    lovely!! i bought some of this a couple of years ago, and thanks for the inspiration to try it

    • Afloral
      on Oct 9, 2017

      It is so much fun and you get a forever flower arrangement when you're done!

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