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July is upon us and what does that mean? We are in the middle of Wedding Season! Better yet to me, we are in Bridal Shower Season, and I’ve been crafting for one of my best friend’s showers! I ended up being able to use a couple of the flowers leftover from the bouquets and decorations from a different wedding to make these cute little frame accents!
The best part of these is how easy they are to make; the floral foam makes it super simple as it already has the adhesive on the back and is the perfect size for making little pomander style accents to frames, signs, or table numbers. I made two types, one that was mixed hydrangeas, for my friend’s shower, and one that was spray roses for a more English feel.
1. Start by removing the heads of your silk flowers. Mine popped off no problem but you may need wire cutters based on the flowers you choose.
2. Remove Floral Foam from its attached grid. Starting at the top of the round, push the head of the flowers into the foam. If they are having trouble staying put, use a little tacky glue to keep them in.
3. Once you have arranged the flowers as you wish, remove the adhesive backing on the back of the foam. Stick directly to the picture frame you have chosen and you’re done!
Yep it’s really that simple and they look adorable! An added plus with this foam is that if you want to use real flowers, you can simply soak it in water beforehand and then press the flower heads directly into the foam like the silk ones, just make sure to keep a little bit of their stems on. Fresh flowers will last a couple days this way. These Flower frames are super easy to make and are a cute addition to any shower, as an extra accent to wedding signs or table numbers!