It's finally getting a bit chilly here and finally feeling like fall, so it's put me in the mood for all the autumn things. First things first, some decoration. My original intention was to make a wreath, but after getting my supplies home I changed my mind and decided to make some hanging wall decor instead. Here's how I did it!
Keep reading for a quick video recap below!
Cut all of the flowers apart.
With the flowers I bought, the leaves were loose so had I superglue them in place.
Find the center of a flower, squirt some hot glue in the middle and stick the end of a stem into it. Hold until the glue is hardened.
Repeat until the strand of flowers is as long as you want. I made mine four flowers long. Repeat to make as many segments as you need for your branch size. I made nine.
Tie a length of string onto the stick and then to the head of the top flower of one of the segments.
Repeat until you've attached all of your segments. I tied mine about three to four inches apart.
Here it is over my tv!
My branch was pretty lightweight and adding the flowers didn't add much weight to it so I was able to just hammer two nails in the wall and rest the branch on those.
If your branch is too heavy for that method, you could tie a piece of twine or yarn on each end of the branch and hang from a single nail like in the image above.
Hope you all enjoyed this project! I love it. I have a feeling like this piece is going to stay up on the wall for a while!