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How to make plaster flowers | A Subtle Revelry

Creating seating cards for a party or wedding that look like mini-pieces of art is easy with a stash of faux flowers (you can find great ones at the dollar store) and air dry plaster. Be warned this project is a bit messy, but simple to do and its pretty design completely makes up for a couple spills you might encounter.

How to make plaster flowers | A Subtle Revelry

To make the flowers simply fill a plastic cup with your plaster mix, cut the stems off the faux flowers, tie a string on the end and dip each one in. Hang to dry. The remaining stem pokes perfectly through canvas for an artistic standing display.  

plaster flower seating cards | A Subtle Revelry

Photography by Jocelyn Noel for A Subtle Revelry. See the full tutorial and more tips for dipping your flowers today at Project Wedding.

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