Dried flowers decoration in a different way: Instead of being a bouquet in a vase, the preserved plants can also be made into DIY monogram pendants.
Flowers for eternity: dried flowers decoration
Summer time is Flower time! Do you also love to decorate your home with fresh cut flowers in the warm season? Too bad that the durability of fresh bouquets is limited and we can only enjoy its beauty for a few days. Fortunately, there is an alternative: dried flowers! On the web and in the magazines you can currently see beautiful dried flower decoration ideas everywhere. Whether as a bouquet in a vase or as a homemade wreath for the wall … This month I have a very special dried flower for the Frosch Blog Deco idea thought out and created a floral monogram pendant from a mix of phalaris & pampas grass.
The implementation was easier than expected: I formed the base of the letter from stable wire and then attached tufts of grass, stalks, etc. with the help of thin wire until the letter had a nice volume. Finally there was a leather cord for the suspension – the floral monogram decoration idea was ready.
Floral gift idea
Such monogram pendants are also a nice decoration for the wall or a room door (for example from the children’s room). You can also give such a dried flower decoration as a gift – as a personalized DIY gift, for example for a wedding, a children’s birthday party, etc. For your own wedding the flowery letters are a nice decoration that you can save as a little reminder afterwards. Because, in contrast to fresh flowers, the dried flowers are practically lasting forever.
Incidentally, I recently made a small video when I tried the principle with another letter:
Would you like to try out the project? HERE You can find the instructions on the Frosch Blog!
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