How to make Plaster of Paris Flowers using Silks
I had some silk flowers left over from the Hurricane Daisy Vases I made Here
and not wanting to waste them or store them in the craft room, I decided to make some Plaster of Paris flowers with them.
Here is what you will need to create a Plaster of Paris recipe and craft supplies
I box of Plaster of Paris
1 measuring cup
1 plastic tub
silk flowers and leaves
Clear Spray Paint
Plaster of Paris Recipe
2 cups Plaster of Paris (or two parts)
1 cup water (or 1 part)
Mix your plaster mix well until it looks like pancake batter.
Dip your silks into the mixture
and place on parchment paper to dry.
I let mine dry over night.
I chalk painted this plate a while back and decided to embellish it with the plaster flowers.
I attached the leaves and flowers with the E6000 and then sprayed it with clear spray paint.
The next project I added the remainder of the plaster flowers to a Bird Cloche I purchased awhile back.
I attached them in a cascaded fashion to this bird Cloche using the E6000 glue.
Till Next Post….Xo
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