If you're looking to have a Grand Wedding, or Event soon, then you're going to love this DIY Faux Stone Centerpiece. This centerpiece is to die for, and is going to look amazing at your elegant wedding, or elegant birthday celebration!
DIY Faux Stone Wedding, or Event Centerpiece
Easy as 1,2,3!!!! See video tutorial for more help :)
You're going to need three patterned bowls in different sizes. I used a regular size glass bowl, a large size glass bowl, and an extra large plastic bowl.
A small round vase, (1) tea light candle holder, and a Pilsner beer glass.
Also, (2) block floral foams, (2) 2pk of round/flat foam. *(You can choose to use a large round floral foam, but I think they're way overpriced). And a Multicolored Texture Spray paint (Beige).
I used (8) Blue hydrangeas bouquets, (12) White hydrangeas, (3) Blue Bonets, (5) Dark Lavender, (5) light Lavender.
Use E-6000 to glue/stack all parts together. Start by turning the regular size glass bowl over, then glue the Pilsner cup over it, upside down. Make sure items are centered, and then glue the small tea light candle older (up side down) on top. next you're going to glue the small round vase on top, and let dry for about 2-4hrs.
After glue has dried, glue large glass bowl on top of the small round vase. Finally, glue extra large plastic bowl on top....And it should look something like this pic! *(Make sure all items are centered all around).
Pain vase. One can was enough for me. *(Directions on can are very helpful, but pulling the spray head off and on helped out a lot).
Hot glue Floral foams inside of bowl as shown in picture. You're going to need a total of 6 foams, or one extra large round floral foam.
Cut bouquets about 4in long, and alternate a blue, and white bouquet of hydrangeas around the bottom of the floral foams (over bowl). (4 Blue) +(4 White).
Place a full bouquet of blue hydrangeas on center of the arrangement to gage how tall you want the arrangement to be.
Repeat process for two more layers. Cut second layer 6in long, and do not cut bouquet apart for last layer (use as is).
Place a full bouquet of Blue Bonets on center of the arrangement (Do not cut stems). Cut apart the other (2) bouquets and place randomly around the top the arrangement.
Last but not least, place lavender stems over empty spaces.
I added crystals (Optional) to the arrangement, and Tadaaaah!!!
Have a GRAND event!!!!
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