DIY Floral Letter

5:03:00 AM


Good morning, lovely readers! 

I hope you all had a great weekend - I spent mine at my sister-in-law's baby shower!
I think anyone reading try blog consistently knows that I have a baby niece on the way and COULD NOT be more excited to have her here! The shower went so great and working with the other Aunties and Grandmas-to-be went wonderfully. It was such a smooth process from set up to take down and I am so grateful to have such wonderful family! This little one has so much love to receive!

Since it was shower weekend I was finally able to give my sister-in-law, Lindsey, a gift I had made for the nursery that I am so psyched about. 

Today I am going to show you all how I made this sweet little "A" for little miss Addie's
(the little one in Lindsey's belly) nursery! Her name is going to be Adelaide Rose, so naturally I chose roses for this project, but you can obviously choose any flower(s) you desire!

Here's what you need:

Once you have all your materials gathered up, plug in the hot glue gun (make sure to have a plate underneath it so you aren't gluing your table!). 

I bought my flowers at Michael's (under $15) and cut the flower off the stem. Make sure to leave a little of the green stem on the bottom, unless you want the flower to fall apart. Trust me... I'm speaking from experience! I bought the block "a" at Target for under $4.


^^^ Just slowly glue the flowers on in a way that best fills your letter. This will vary by flower type and size!



^^^ As you can see, a little hot glue might be showing, but once this is hung on the wall, you won't see that a bit! If you find it is something that bothers you, I would suggest trying to carefully cut away the glue with an exacto knife to avoid taking all the glue off the flowers. 


And there you have it! A sweet little addition to any home or nursery. This is definitely not limited to baby decor - it would be awesome in a living room with a nice embellished gold frame around it... *dreamy sigh*. The possibilities are endless with this project. 

Please tell me if you try this out - I would LOVE to see the results! 

Happy Crafting!




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