Floral Letters DIY Wall Art Tutorial

You will love the effects that you can make with this Floral Letters DIY and it couldn’t be easier to make. It looks super cute to boot.

As you know, we’re big fans of easy crafts and we know it’s something you are excited about too.

Today we share this incredibly gorgeous, Floral Letters DIY Wall Art Idea. We know you will be keen to try it too!

via Design Dazzle

Imagine being able to make stunning Monograms and Words that look like a bouquet of flowers. It’s true, this can be you!

We found the idea on Michaels which is Craft Heaven, to say the least. We then went hunting on Pinterest and found an assortment of beautiful inspiration like the one above from Design Dazzle. There are so many ways that you can present your Monograms and best part, no maintenance or watering.

Floral Letters DIY Wall Art Video

Be sure to check out the quick video above that shows you how to recreate your own Flower Letters Wall Art. You can use all sorts of Monograms for this project and we found some incredibly ornate versions you will love here – To watch the video click Play above ^

Here’s What You Need

  • Wire Cutters
  • Glue Gun
  • Faux Flowers
  • Wooden Letter

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 via Lulus

As you can see by this version from Lulu’s you can achieve a very pretty look. We love this rose version that would be ideal for an engagement or wedding. Full details here

 

via Urbanic Paper

Over on Urbanic Paper they have gone quite tropical with their colors. It has a real ‘aloha’ feel. We love the vibrancy, it’s very festive. Full details here

The Mrs and Momma Bird 

The Mrs and Momma Bird have gone next level with their Monogram Floral Art by adding an oval frame to their project. We love this idea! Full details here

via Decoist

The colors that are featured in this version from Decoist are truly breathtaking and very eye catching. They have mixed a number of flowers together to create this stunning result. Full details here

via Craft and Creativity 

Another version from Craft and Creativity has used Florists Foam to keep their flowers in place. You could do a living version too for a special occasion. Full details here

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