Simple Diy Autumn Floral Arrangement

4 Materials
$18
1 Hour
Easy



This simple Autumn floral arrangement takes just a few materials. And is a beautiful addition to any space!


Materials needed



1 metal pitcher-The metal pitcher that I am using was purchased at Target, and was $3.

1 lighted leaf garland- I purchased this lighted leaf garland at my local Michael's Store It takes two double A batteries. $6

1 can of spray paint I wanted to add some color to my pitcher. For my pitcher I am using spray paint purchased at my local Michael's store. The color is Espresso. $4

Autumn floral I chose to go with some deep orange/yellow leaves, a few deep green leaves, and mini yellow sunflowers. (orange leaves, and green leaves were purchased at Target in the dollar section. And mini Sunflowers were purchased from Michael's). $5


Creating your Autumn arrangement

When spraying your pitcher make sure that you cover your work space.**A simple tip**When spraying make sure you apply it in light coats. This will help the spray paint from creating drip lines. Also to make sure that you're not breathing in any harmful fumes, make sure to wear a light facial mask. Apply a few coats of spray paint. You will want to make sure that you allow it to dry completely between each coat of paint.

Once that step is done, add in your flowers, and leaves. Arrange your flowers, and add your lighted garland. I made sure that my garland was wrapped around the handle of my pitcher as well. I added it between the flowers, and around the opening of it as well.

You're all done! Such a simple, and easy craft that anyone can do.







Are you creating any Autumn crafts to display during the season?I'd love to hear all about it!


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Suggested materials:

  • One pitcher   (Target)
  • Autumn Floral   (Target)
  • Lighted leaf garland   (Michaels)
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Stephanie
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