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DIY Flower Ball Decoration Ideas
The fall season brings cool nights and warm days, crunchy leaves, warm autumn colors, and spiced apple juice. It’s an opportunity to appreciate the changing of the season and snuggle into a crafting schedule. Start by making a fall blossom highlight craft venture that brings autumn warmth indoors.

This fall craft venture is versatile. You can use several different types of silk flowers and colors, making it easy to change your decor spontaneously. Consider making several blossom balls for different seasons and have exquisite color throughout the entire year.

For any craft venture, pursue the presence of mind guidelines. Keep newspaper convenient to secure work surfaces, and a move of paper towels to rapidly clean up spills or dry hands. Peruse bundle directions first for craft products you are new to. Assemble all the craft supplies you will require in advance so you can spend your time doing the fun stuff.

Fall Flower Centerpiece

Craft supplies required

Several bunches silk flowers such as mums (medium to small blooms work best)

Styrofoam balls in the size of your decision

Paste weapon with low warmth setting

Paste sticks for paste weapon

Scissors

Wire cutters

Bowl, basket, or another compartment to display flowers

Crafting Instructions

First, immovably press a Styrofoam ball on the table to make a smoother end. Be mindful so as not to press too hard or you may harm Styrofoam. This makes the ball more stable so it is easier to paste flowers and leaves. It will also make the ball easier to display.

Cut several silk flowers from the bundle. Cut as close to each bloom as possible without cutting off so a lot of stems that the blossom easily falls off. Some flowers will have wire stems, requiring wire cutters to expel. Others can be cut with scissors.

Starting at top of Styrofoam ball, stick one blossom using a paste weapon on the low warmth setting. Keep sticking flowers around the ball, setting them so that no Styrofoam is visible. Leave the straightened end uncovered.

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