Wall Hanging Wood Vase

Introduction: Wall Hanging Wood Vase

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Step 1:

Things you'll need...

  • Square piece of wood
  • Foam
  • Card paper
  • Silver sheet
  • Bead necklace
  • Thumb pin
  • Stick
  • Glue
  • Scissor
  • Broach
  • Tape
  • Tissue paper
  • Plain paper
  • Black paint

Step 2: Making Structure

First take a square piece of wood and apply glue on it

Then cut the foam in square shape and with the help of glue attach it on wood piece.

Step 3:

Now cut the foam from up in v shape and makes hole in it for putting flowers.
Then apply glue on foam and attach silver sheet on it.

Step 4:

Now apply glue on the center and attach broach on silver sheet.

Step 5: Making Hanging Loap.

Cut silver sheet stripe and with the help of thumb pin attach it on both corners.

Step 6: Making Tissue Paper Flower.

First take a card paper and cut it in square piece and apply glue on it

now, take four piece of tissue paper and one by one twist each tissue paper and

attach it on card paper.

Step 7:

When u finish attaching all the piece of twisted tissue paper on card

Cut card paper again in same square size and attach it from the top

Now,colour the tissue paper flower in black colour and make simple quill flower

and attach it on tissue paper flower.

Step 8: Last Step.

Now,hang the bead necklace on both thumb pins

Hang it on your wall and enjoy a Wall hanging pocket vase :)..

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