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Each fall, I like to make a simple DIY Fall Flower Arrangement. There are so many fall flower arrangements that are just beautiful but cost a fortune for a few months of pleasure in your home. I am here to say; you do not need to spend lots of money on a lovely flower arrangement for the autumn months. Follow along and see how I created this arrangement for my home. I finished it in just 20 minutes.
Repurpose items to make a fall flower arrangement.
Keep in mind: many of these items were in excess of other DIY projects I created earlier. It is very satisfying when I can use up supplies from a previous DIY craft project, and I hope you can do the same too.
I used silk flowers which can be used over and over again.
What supplies were needed for this easy fall flower arrangement DIY craft project?
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Smooth Mason Jar with lid
Broken mirror glass pieces
Silk Fall Flowers of various sizes
Zig Zag yellow ribbon cut into strips
Hot glue gun
Gold or clear diamond beaded vine - this is optional, I had it for years in my three-season room and recently took it down because we changed the decor.
How to make this easy fall flower arrangement?
Cut the ribbon to the right length before assembly.
Using a drop or two of hot glue, add the glue to both ends of the mason jar where the ribbon would match up. Press so it sticks.
I did the same with the next zig-zag fabric and use hot glue to adhere it to the jar. It should be about the middle of the pot.
Then, around the mason jar lid, add hot glue and glue another zig-zag fabric ribbon around the top. Since it has ridges, you may need to add more hot glue than before.
Add the broken mirror glass pieces to the bottom of the mason jar .
USE FLOWERS from another year or season.
Add the flowers to the jar and press them into the mirror glass pieces. Arrange the flowers as you wish. The flowers I used were part of a bouquet and were attached together. However, I did add some additional loose silk leaves to make it full in the vase.
Then, add the arrangement to your favorite spot in your home. I added some beaded vine around the base for an added accent of color.
How much did it cost to make, and how long did it take?
It only cost $5.00 for the flowers. I had the other things in my craft area.
It took me more time to think about it than to actually do it. The time to do it, only took me about ½ hour, especially if you had all the stuff in your craft area.
The Final Reveal:
Here is what it looked like when it was done. What do you think? I thought it was pretty, and it only took about ½ hour to make.
I hope this shows you how a simple collection of stuff and a little creativity can make a beautiful arrangement for any home.
Feel free to visit our other posts that show you easy ways to decorate the home for the holidays on a small budget.
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