DIY Floral Letter

Looking for DIY girl’s bedroom decor, or even a super easy baby shower gift? Look no further than this DIY floral letter! 

Easy DIY Project

Ready for a super easy DIY project? This is the perfect time to spruce up the house with gorgeous blooms, and I’ve definitely had florals on the mind over here! With that, I had so much fun coming up with this super easy decor DIY to celebrate the summer season!

Girl’s Bedroom Decor

This is such a fun idea for a baby shower gift, for a nursery, or a fun piece of girl’s bedroom decor. And the best part?! You can totally customize it for whatever room it’s hanging in! Plus, it’s super inexpensive to make, using only a few dollars in materials, and it literally comes together in minutes. I love it as a baby shower decoration or even a gift for one of your best girlfriends!

DIY Floral Letter Materials

All you need is a wood letter (or letters) of your choice, fake flowers of your choice, a hot glue gun, ribbon, and scissors. Seriously, that’s it!

How to Make a DIY Floral Letter

Start by prepping all of the flowers. Use your scissors to clip off the stems of the flowers so each can lay flat. Once cut, lay your flowers out on your letter to see how they’ll look. Once you love the design, start to glue them onto the letter. Add glue to the back and press and hold them onto the wood letter for 10 seconds to dry. Use different sizes and colors to make a pretty design you’ll love!

DIY Floral Letter Decoration

Once your design is dry, add a ribbon for easy hanging! Cut a six-inch piece of ribbon and use your hot glue gun to glue each end to the back of your letter. Once the glue is dry, it’s ready to hang!

Easy Wall Decor

This was SUCH a fun way to dress up a wall, and I can’t believe how easy it was to put together. It’s definitely a decor piece that I won’t feel bad about swapping out when we’re ready to redecorate and change colors, especially since it was only a few dollars to put together — so easily achievable! What flowers will you use to pull off this DIY? I’d love to hear all about it in the comments below.

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