The Easiest Way to Make A Floral Letter
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If you ever wondered if it would be in your budget to buy one of those beautiful floral letters you saw in a magazine, I’m here to tell you today’s the day! I’m going to show you how to make your floral letter. At the end of this tutorial, you will be asking yourself why you ever thought a floral letter was hard to make!
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Floral letters have been front and center at birthday parties, Easter celebrations, weddings, baby showers, and even craft sales. People are known to pay a pretty penny for a simple floral letter. I’m here to show you how to save that money by making your own.
At yes, a fraction of the cost.
How to Make A Floral Letter
My tutorial uses smaller wood letters to make my floral letter word, but you can choose any size letter. The concept is the same, and yes, the materials needed will be the same.
What you need:
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Craft Tools Needed:
- A pair of scissors
- A hot glue gun
- Wood letter– size depends on what you will use the letter for
- Artificial flowers
You may be able to find these cheaper at your local flea market or a local craft store.
DIY Floral Letter Tips:
Make sure the back of Each Artificial Flower is Leveled off
When using artificial flowers, pull them off the stems and make sure the knobby bits attached to the stem are cut off.
You will want the backs of your artificial flowers to be as level as possible.
This will ensure the flowers are glued onto the wood letter more securely.
Optional: Paint the Wood Letter
Depending on what color your wood letter is, you can choose to paint the wood letter or leave the letter as is.
The wood letters I bought were pre-painted white, and I thought this would complement the area my floral letter word choice would be in.
Ready to print off this easy tutorial?
Remember, this is your art. Your decor.
Pick the flowers you love and the colors that warm your heart.
And no, you don’t need to be a crafting pro to attempt this. It’s really that easy!
How to make a Floral Letter
- 1 Pair of scissors
- 1 Wood letter- size of your choice
- Artificial flowers enough to cover the wood letter
- Begin by cutting each artificial flower head off the plastic stem
- Level the back of each artificial flower by ensuring the knobbly bits are cut as close to the back as possible
- Hot glue each artificial flower head to the wood letter, making sure the back of the flower head is stuck securely onto the face of the wood letter.
- Arrange and glue the flower heads onto the wood letter ensuring all parts of the letter's surface is covered.
- Repeat this process for each wood letter.
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