This easy-to-follow tutorial will show you how to create a beautiful, eye-catching DIY floating flower table display for your next party or special event! There are few things that I love more than flowers. And one of them is in the process of transforming old crafts. Ah, the sweet smell of recycling your own work!
I made a DIY floating flower Table display From the same tutorial for these DIY Macaron screens from last year. But this time you need a little more suction due to the weight of the flowers. I just needed to make a very small improvement to make it work. So, I would say that this is a victory!
I made it for Jared’s sister’s floral bridal shower. And they were a success. You can make a ton of them pretty inexpensive every five minutes and reuse them for Macaroons. Basically, you have no reason not to tinker with these babies yourself and sprinkle them like confetti everywhere. OK, that’s a bit much, but you get my drift… Also try these easy DIY Jumbo Confetti Poppers for New Year’s Eve and beyond.
How to make a DIY floating flower table display
Step 1-Drill a hole in each of the blocks.
Step 2-Once the holes has been drilled, cut the brass rods with wire cutters. You can cut different heights to make the final configuration more interesting.
Step 3-Add a small pinch of sticky putty to the bottom of the blocks in which you have drilled a hole. Then smooth the putty by pressing the blocks on the surface. The putty holds the brass rods and the flower in place.
Step 4-Insert each brass rod into each acrylic block.
Step 5-Cut a flower and slide the stem over the end of the stem.
Tips in the manufacture of the flower display table
Decide what type of table you want to create:
There are a lot of different options, so take the time to browse the images online or in magazines to get an idea of what you like.
Once you have a general idea, collect supplies. You will need a stable table, some kind of pedestal or stand and a variety of vases or containers of different sizes.
Choose a color scheme for your flowers, then collect the flowers you need.
Create a model of your table by placing the vases and containers on the surface:
This way you can determine how much space you need to work with and what type of arrangement looks best. Once you have a general idea of the layout, fill the vases with water and add your flowers.