DIY: FLOWER BACKDROP

HEY EVERYONE! Today, I’m bringing you another super easy DIY!! I feel like this has been around for a long time, but since spring is coming around, I figured why not add some more into my room! This DIY is sooo easy and fun, so let’s get started!!

You’re going to need:

-Fake flowers. I got mine at dollar tree. As you can tell, I got all white flowers, but you can get whatever kind of flowers you want! I don’t suggest getting real flowers and I also suggest getting different kinds of fake flowers unless you want them all the same! But totally up to you!

-Scissors

– Clear line. I just took some of my dads fishing line, but you can find clear line I’m sure anywhere. (Hobby lobby, Walmart, etc…)

-Wooden stick. You can find wooden sticks at hobby lobby for $.60!!! This is optional, but it’s better than taping the flowers onto the wall!

Step one: Cut the flowers off from the base since they’re all connected.

Step two: Separate into sections. I put 4 flowers on each piece of string.

Step three: This will be a bit time consuming, but totally worth it! I don’t have a specific length that I cut my strings into, but I made them fairly long. I suggest leaving a couple of inches from beginning so you have room to tie the string onto the wooden stick. All I did was double knot the fake flowers onto the string. I didn’t space them out very far from each other. But they will be facing downwards since the flowers have some weight to them compared to the string.

Step four: After you’re done tying all the flowers onto the string, go ahead and tie them onto the wooden sticks.

And that’s it!

Published by Here Is Emily

Hello everyone! My name is Emily. I am 24 years old from the midwest! This blog is a place where we can encourage each other, learn new things, and have fun! I focus mainly on fashion, but will throw in the occasional beauty, travel, and food! I hope you find something that interests you and enjoy!

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