So as not be removed?
Are you sure you want to do that? What happens when the flowers get tattered and filthy? Florist foam or clay will work just as well. Here are more tricks:
Well I have never done. But it seems if you weight them down with rocks ( washed!) you could then use plaster of Paris or what is the-medium, mastix? Hope this helps! Hope another Helper answers! Good luck!
Thanks. Need something with weight and not removable.
visited husbands grave site and the artificial flowers I have been putting there were gone but they left the pot. Fresh flowers do not last and the kangaroos eat them.
A pourable epoxy would work. Many are clear and would also work in vases, like you sometimes see in restaurants, where it simulates water. Home Depot or Lowes should have a cheap one, just ask an apron!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZDhTJ6a9Uk or you can mix your own >
Ooops, Ignore that grouting video. I meant to send this!
Lol! May I make a suggestion to any hometalker with a question? Make a post like its intent is a question. But really just tell us all a plan youre about to start on a project you arent really sure what to use and/or do. But write it as if you do! 😃
Then you'll be sure to get many many replies! Human nature it seems to me is such that a lot of the time we'll scroll right past questions even if we know the answer! But if a statement is made that we believe is inaccurate?? BOOM!! We arecomplelled to say to the person who posted the "plans", no you are mistaken! Lol SMH