Soda Can Hydrangeas Wall Art
*Caution: You may want to wear gloves for this! Carefully cut off one end of a clean soda can using a utility knife and craft scissors.
Insert the aluminum piece into the hydrangeas petal punch so you can see that the aluminum is under the petal shapes completely and then punch the petals out. Once the petals are punched, adjust the aluminum to punch more or remove the excess using small needle nose pliers to pull the aluminum out.
Begin with cut out pieces of a clothes hanger shaped as stems and painted green. Glue onto canvas using a quick dry multi-purpose glue (RapidFuse). Arrange a few small floral wire stems at the tip of the main stem and attach smaller hydrangea petals . . .
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Lillyrose on Aug 13, 2021
At least 8-10 years ago I bought 4 metal flowers on metal backgrounds. This was the first time I had seen anything like this. I had no idea it was made from soda cans. I thought they were beautiful and really matched my bedroom decor. They are muted blues and grays. I love them and think anyone that can do this without leaving blood all over the place is really talented.