Blooming Monogram DIY

Posted by Mekenna Malan on

Love is in the air! In preparation for Valentine's Day and the upcoming spring season, we're creating a colorful DIY that will bring beauty to your home year-round. A blooming monogram is quick, easy, and totally personalized - use these flower letters to spell out your family name, you and your partner's initials, a positive word like "L-O-V-E", or anything else you can think of. We made a floral "R" for Roolee, of course!

Blooming Monogram DIY

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MATERIALS

Paper Mache Letters (We got ours from Hobby Lobby)
Box Cutter
Floral Foam
Hot Glue Gun
Assortment of Faux Flowers
Scissors or Wire Cutters

Blooming Monogram DIY

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STEP ONE

Using the box cutter, cut your paper mache letter(s) in half width-wise. Remove the cardboard stuffing from the inside. 

Blooming Monogram DIY

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STEP TWO

Cut floral foam to fit inside the paper mache letter. It doesn't need to be pretty, as it will be covered with flowers! Hot glue the floral foam in place. 

Blooming Monogram DIY

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STEP THREE

Snip blooms off the faux flowers, leaving about an inch of stem to stick into the floral foam. Try to get an assortment of sizes.

Blooming Monogram DIY

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STEP FOUR

Starting with the largest blooms, stick flower stems into the floral foam. Cluster the flowers together until all floral foam is covered. Rearrange based on flower size and color until you are happy with the way it looks!

Blooming Monogram DIY

Blooming Monogram DIY

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YOU'RE DONE!

If you'd like to hang your blooming monogram, attach a hook to the back of the letter. Place in any room of your home to brighten your space!

Blooming Monogram DIY

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4 comments

  • Very beautiful
    Thank you

    Alicia on
  • How many inches tall are these letters??

    Amy on
  • Hi, Taylor! We curated this bouquet of faux flowers from the selection at our local Hobby Lobby. They seem to always have a lot to choose from, and many of them look so realistic! Hope this helps!

    xx

    ROOLEE on
  • This is beautiful! May I ask where you got the faux flowers from? I love the colors.

    Taylor on

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