Wall Flowers




Introduction: Wall Flowers

Make flowers to hang on your wall! You will need multiple bottles, different sizes are best.

You will need:


Dry erase marker

Hot Glue Gun

Clear Tacks

Step 1: Cut Off the Bottom of the Bottle

Save the top half for later

Step 2: Cut in Between Bulges As Shown

Step 3: Bend Cuts Inward

folding cuts inward make the middle part of the flower.
Repeat the first three steps until you have the amount of flowers your want.

Step 4: Cut Stems and Leaves

Use the top part of the bottle that was saved earlier to cut out stems and leaves

Step 5: Flower Arrangment

Arrange all your flowers, stems, and leaves in the way you want. Heat up a hot glue gun and go to town on connecting all the elements together.

Step 6: Hang It Up!

Clear tacks work really well to secure all flowing parts of the wall flower. The clear tacks enable quick and concealed attachment.

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    11 years ago on Introduction

    this is an awesome project... i made one and it looks soooo amazing!! :D im very happy with how they turned out


    12 years ago on Introduction

    WoW!! That is awesome! Could I suggest you try and take a crisper shot of the first pic. Perhaps with a little extra lighting to high light the petals. Your pic is dround out on the recent page. Even with my decent flat screen (which usually lets me see a whole lot more detail than older monitors) I could only just make out your picture. A more vivid pic will bring you heaps more views. Just my advice. Ids this your idea by the way? It is truley awesome!!


    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you so much. Yes i did come up with this on my own. Good call on the photo....i will work on changing that. I unfortunately need to make another set because i gave that one away.


    12 years ago on Introduction

    I love this kind of inventiveness! Not long ago (maybe it was you), somebody put up instructions on how to turn these 'flowers' into a curtain or partition. I 'flattered' them by borrowing the idea. :-)