Step-by-Step Guide to Bedazzling Your Faux Plant With Plant Stickers

One day, while my daughter and I were immersed in a diamond art project, inspiration struck! Why not use those sparkling gems to create plant stickers for our faux plants?

It was a brilliant idea that transformed our ordinary fake plants into dazzling decor pieces.

Here’s how you can create these gorgeous decorations for your own home.

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Step-by-step guide to applying plant stickers

1. Clean Your Faux Plant

Start by giving your artificial plant a good clean with rubbing alcohol. This ensures that any dust or oils are removed, allowing the glue to stick properly. Clean leaves make for a perfect canvas for your plant stickers.

Easy DIY plant sticker decoration project

2. Apply the Glue

Next, I grabbed some white glue. Using a toothpick, I dotted the white glue around a leaf. This part is key; the smaller the dots, the better the gems will stick.

Transforming faux plants with colorful gems

3. Add the Gems

Then, I took my daughter's colorful gems and started sticking them onto the leaves.

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Watching the fake indoor plant transform into something sparkly was incredibly satisfying.

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The gems turned into what I like to call plant bling, giving our project a unique flair.

Looking for more fun ways to decorate plants?

Dive into this Plant Charms project for a fun way to add some sparkle to your potted plants.

Place your bedazzled plant in any room to add a touch of sparkle

Bedazzle Fake Indoor Plant Tutorial

It only took me 20 minutes to complete this project. The result? A cute fake plant that looks like it’s straight out of a fairy tale.

It’s the perfect addition to any room, especially for those who love a touch of color in a subtle, enchanting way.

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