Make: Dried Floral Letter ๐ŸŒธ ๐ŸŒธ ๐ŸŒธ ๐ŸŒธ

What am I doing on a Saturday Night during a Pandemic? Well, coming up with another DIY for my fellow crafters! ๐ŸŒ™๐Ÿ˜Š

With the dog days of summer are waning, and fall quickly approaching, this DIY can be on your fall bucket list if you arenโ€™t too busy. Heck, in writing this, it could easily be done with fallen leaves.

This DIY is very inexpensive and quick. You may find that working with the sticky glue can be tricky, but it is nothing a 2nd grader couldnโ€™t handle with aplomb! Youโ€™ll just need 4 items, and most likely, you will have 2 out of the 4 around the house already.

Time it takes: approximately 15-20 minutes


Dried Flowers ๐Ÿ’

E6000 glue

A Particle Board Letter


So, itโ€™s important that the flowers are dried out already. They will easily crumble so be very gentle with them. I had some crumble as I was making my letters, but it was kinda an easy fix. Just place more glue over the crumbly bits and add another petal.

Basically, you use a Q-tip and slather the glue on in 1 inch spots where youโ€™d like to add dried flowers, then carefully arrange your flowers accordingly. I like to work from the corners and outside in, much like working a large puzzle. Youโ€™re just adding the petal pieces.

There is a video how to available on my YouTube right here. ๐ŸŒป

Feel free to add in some other greenery to your heartโ€™s content. Truly, you are only limited by your imagination. The E6000 takes a while to dry, but when it does, you have a beautiful dried floral letter!

Be sure and share what you make via Pinterest (follow Ella in the Moon) or Instagram (@ellainthemoon).

Happy Making!


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