This is what I came up with.
I LOVE these! Not very often, but sometimes, a project comes together quickly and works exactly the way you want it to. This was one of those times. I was inspired by some Mother’s Day cards that were made by Brittany Jepsen at House That Lars Built, and decided to take this a step further by using live flowers!
This is easy and cheap, and you will get all sorts of oohs and ahhhs from everyone!
• Flowers and Greenery
• Watercolor Paper
• Hot Glue
1. Size your paper. If you are using matting in your frame, trace the size and leave one inch around it. For a larger frame, you may need tape two sheets of paper together.
2. Place your flowers. Here is where you get to be creative! Lay out your flowers in your desired pattern.
3. Glue flowers in place. Just add a tiny dab of hot glue to hold flowers in place.
4. Center and frame. Make sure you have your new art is centered up, and place a strip of tape to secure it. Close up the frame.