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Planter With Jute Flowers

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By Hobby Ideas

Difficulty Level Intermediate

Have some plastic planters lying around in the house. Recycle them to make it look new. Make jute cord flowers colour them and paste them on the planter. These jute flowers are easy to make and can be applied on any surface for decoration


how to do it yourself

STEP 1:-

Planter With Jute Flowers - Step 1 | Hobbyideas

Take a new planter or a planter that you can recycle
Sand paper the planter if required to make the surface even

STEP 2:-

Planter With Jute Flowers - Step 2 | Hobbyideas

Colour the planter in a base coat of Acrylic Colour - White
You may give 2 -3 coats of White for an even finish
You may also sponge dab the colour to get a slight texture

STEP 3:-

Planter With Jute Flowers - Step 3 | Hobbyideas

Take a jute cord and make circles for the centre of the planter in different sizes and use No Stitch Fabric Glue for sticking

STEP 4:-

Planter With Jute Flowers - Step 4 | Hobbyideas

Make the different number of petals for the flowers

STEP 5:-

Planter With Jute Flowers - Step 5 | Hobbyideas

You may make different shapes of flowers as per your choice
You will need abour 12 - 15 such flowers to cover the medium sized planter

STEP 6:-

Planter With Jute Flowers - Step 6 | Hobbyideas

Colour the flowers in pastel shades of Acrylic Colours - Green, Pink and Orange by adding a tinge of white in them
You may give two coats of colour for an even finish

STEP 7:-

Planter With Jute Flowers - Step 7 | Hobbyideas

Arrange and stick the flowers on the planter using No Stitch Fabric Glue
Let it dry

you will need

Fevicryl Soft Acrylic Colours - Crimson 204, Chrome Yellow 203, Leaf Green 212, White 227, Deep Brilliant Purple 264, Fine Art Brushes, Colour Palette, Fevicryl No Stitch Fabric Glue , Water Container, Ruler, Scissors, Sponge, Jute Cord, Recycled Planter