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For this project I bought all the materials at the dollar store for a total of $12, which made 2 sconces.You will need:-Fake flowers-Flameless tea light candle-Plastic shot ...
Use the wall mounts to attach the shot glass to the center of the platter.
You can usually pull the part of the plant you want off of the stem pretty easily (use scissors if you have trouble). Then you can pull the ...
Peel the backing off the wall mount and use it to stick the flowers to the platter.
Attach the flowers you want to the platter. You can keep the stems attached if you want. Just make sure that you're hiding your wall mounts behind flowers ...
Take some wire from the picture hanging kit and fold it into a loop. Bend the open end of the loop upwards.
Use a wall mount to attach the wire to the platter. Make sure you placed the mounting pad on top of the wire with the folded end of ...
Nail a nail from the picture hanging kit into the wall that you want your new sconce to hang on. Enjoy your new decoration!Note: I added another picture ...
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