DIY hanging wall installation-we are sharing a great DIY hanging wall installation that packs an awesome punch without a lot of DIY effort!
I’m way, way too after to the game to share this DIY flower wall we made a few months ago for our Kate Spade strike. I would give you a good reason to do it, but honestly, I don’t have one. Deep down, I’m just a mess. Fortunately, flowers are the perfect “I’m sorry” statement, so let’s just say that all these hanging flowers are for you. And you And you.
Fortunately, you don’t need as long to create your own version as I did to write this tutorial. Our girls from Blush & Vine (with a special thanks to Flower Muse for providing the flower!s) helped us find the easiest way to make one without fuss.
- Material supplies for DIY hanging flower wall
- Foam sheet
- Jigsaw or Box cutter for cutting foam sheets
- Spray glue
- Wire image
- Wire cutters
- Two Eyelets
- Sewing needles
- Screw Eyelet Hook
How to make a DIY hanging flower wall
Draw the desired shape on the foam sheet, then, using a jigsaw or a crate cutter, cut out the shape you want to hang.
Drill 2 holes in the top of the foam sheet a few centimeters from both ends, then stick super-glue eyelets in each hole to ensure that the wire is secure and does not crack through the foam sheet after hanging it.
Then spray the plate with a spray glue, and then apply the foam to cover most of the foam sheet.
Once you have foam in place, use pressure pins to securely fix the flowers on the board. I like the idea of making them shadow, fade in lines or even in quantities from one side of the board to the other.
When everything is pinned and glued, thread the picture thread through each eyelet and tie and twist the thread securely, then hang it on the ceiling with eyelet hooks. Shout out to Jared that he’s the only one big enough to handle the hanging handymen, haha. That and the fact that neither Kayla nor I could lift it alone, but Tomato tomahto. If only we were in the Studio.