As you know, Izabel is usually our floral decor creator/writer.
Today, we offer a different type of autumn floral decor, courtesy of Emily’s friend, Saundra.
Hello, Divas! I’m Saundra, otherwise known as the Diva of Christmas!
(If you missed my Christmas décor post, read it here.)
Truth be told, I love creating seasonal décor year round.
For autumn this year, I decided to make a floral décor basket as a centerpiece for my kitchen table.
You won’t believe how simple it is!
Autumn Floral Decor Process:
First, I found three nesting baskets. The ones I purchased were inexpensive, but Longaberger baskets would also work beautifully!
Next, line each basket with soft green floral foam up to the lip of the basket. Glue the foam securely.
I also purchased a piece of round soft floral foam and cut it in half.
Because the second and third baskets need to sit higher, I drew a circle in the foam to cut and glue to the bottoms of the baskets.
I placed the second basket on top of the first and made a base using a long garland of fall leaves.
I anchored the beginning of the garland with floral pins and used my hot glue gun to put glue over the pins.
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I put the garland on in a circle, so I could use more hot glue and pins until the layer was full.
Once the base was finished, I hot glued the second basket to the base basket.
At this point, I started to glue fall picks to the first basket, being spontaneous and creative with placement of the picks!
I used a bush of slightly different colored leaves for the top of the second basket.
I did the same for the top basket and added a candle with a four-hour timer.
Then, I placed copper picks and sprigs of greenery to make it pop more!
I glued the final basket in place and left it in place overnight to dry thoroughly.
My motto is to go big and flashy, and I think this décor piece perfectly illustrates that!
Have fun making your own autumn floral basket!
(If you missed Saundra’s post on how to sell unique creations, click here!)
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