Made with foam letters, this bright floral decoration is lightweight enough to hang from a doorway or even float in a swimming pool. Make a single standalone letter, or craft an entire sign.

Updated June 19, 2019
diy floral monogram step 4
OLIVIA ANTON

This beautiful floral project comes from Crowns by Christy. 

Advertisement

What you need

Materials
Advertisement

How to do it

Part 1

diy floral monogram step 1
Step 1

Prep your sign by deciding the layout of flowers on your foam letter. (Tip: For a balanced mix of flowers, it helps to start with bigger blooms and fill in the gaps with smaller blooms.)

Advertisement
diy floral monogram step 2
Step 2

Trim the stems off of the flowers, allowing the blooms to lay flat. (Tip: larger blooms that sit flat like daisies and mums work best.) 

diy floral monogram step 3
Step 3

Using straight pins, pin each bloom to the foam letter, one by one, until the letter is covered in flowers.

Advertisement
diy floral monogram step 4
Step 4

Reinforce with pins as needed.

Advertisement
blooming en blanc party floating letters
Step 5

When each letter is finished, you can string them together using monofilament to create a floating sign (or in our case, the hashtag to our #BloomingenBlanc summer party). Monofilament is also then used to anchor the floating hashtag to the edges of either side of the pool.

Comments

How difficult was this project?
Be the first to comment!

Project Toolbar

Font Size