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Zipper Flower Bouquet

Create everlasting flowers with Mod Podge Podgeables and zipper trim.

At a Glance:

#4848 Skill Level: Beginner Time:
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This project features these great brands:

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supplies

FolkArt ® Outdoor™ Acrylic Colors - Grass Green, 2 oz.

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $2.59
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Plaid ® Hot Glue Gun Helpers

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $20.79
Item available exclusively at Walmart

Mod Podge ® Hard Coat, 8 oz.

Number Needed: 1 $0.00 $8.29
Item available exclusively at Walmart
instructions

Other Supplies

Tin pitcher, Acrylic shapes - scalloped circle, Scrapbook paper, Scissors, Foam paintbrush, Dowel rod, Hand saw, Orange zipper trim (1.5 yards), Yellow zipper trim (1.5 yards), Hot glue, Teal zipper trim, Plastic bags

Instructions

1. Cut designs from scrapbook paper that will fit onto the tin pitcher.   Apply the paper to the tin pitcher with Mod Podge.  Do this by applying Mod Podge to the back of the paper.  Position the paper onto the tin pitcher.  Smooth with a brayer or your fingers to remove any air bubbles.  Wait 15 minutes and top-coat with a layer of Mod Podge.

2. Make the flower stems: Cut the dowel rod to different lengths.  Paint the rods with Grass Green paint.  Paint two coats with dry time in between. 

3. Make the flower center: Mod Podge a circle of paper to the top of a acrylic calloped Circle. 

4. Make the flower petals: For each flower, cut the yellow zipper trim into eight 6” pieces and the ornage zipper into eight 5” pieces.  Bend the zipper trim to form a loop (petal) and hot glue the ends together.  Repeat with the remaining zipper pieces.  Layer the orange petals inside the yellow ones and hot glue to secure.  Hot glue the zipper petals to the back of the Podgeable Circle. Make sure you wear Hot Glue Finger Caps when hot gluing.

5. Hot glue the flowers to the ends of the stems.  Hot glue a strip of zipper trim over the end of the stem to secure.

6. Hot glue a strip of teal zipper trim around the tin vase.  Place the flowers into the vase and stuff the vase with plastic bags to secure.  Top the vase with moss.

Look for unique vases and vessels at thrift shops and yard sales.  If they are not tin, no worries just use FolkArt metallic paints to create a tin look.


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