Pimp My Outdated Faux Flowers
I have those faux Calla Lily for years... I used to love them, still like them, but they just don't fit in my decor anymore.
I still have wheat from our weeding tables center pieces and I found some faux flowers in my stuff... Flowers I barely remember I had!
I had a base to work with, but you can easily reproduce the base with fallen branches, tie them up with an elastic and hot glue them!
I removed the Callas from the wooden base using my miter saw. I had to go very slowly and carefully because there are metallic wires in each flower.
I then inserted bamboo stick between the branches to be able to maintain my floral foam, wich I also glued with a glue gun. Once the floral foam was installed, I sclupted it to be the same width as the branchs bundle.
I placed the bigger flowers, then the wheat, and finally some wine branches. I didn't want it to be too neat... I wanted my bouquet to be a bit wild, as nature can be! :)
And here's the final result! My first almost free accessory for my new sofa table.
See link below to see how to make a sofa table for less than $10 !
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Published November 2nd, 2017 9:50 PM
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Clök Concept on Nov 04, 2017Thank you Wendy! :)
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