Crafts, Embellishments

Plaster of Paris Flowers

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Remember my post from yesterday? Today I have another use for Plaster of Paris. Plaster flowers! These are just as easy to make as the embellishments from yesterday.

To make the plaster flowers, I cut out rolled flowers with my Cricut. I bought the SVG file for the flowers here. If you have design space with Cricut, there are a few flower designs you could use.

After you roll and glue your flowers, give them a bit for the glue to dry. I waited 24 hours before dipping them in the plaster.

You can either dip the flowers in your mixture, or pour the plaster mixture over the paper flowers.

I let them dry on wax paper for 24 hours before I tried to paint them.

I took this picture right after I sprayed them with Distress spray stain in barn door.

And this is what they looked like after dying for about 24 hours. The Plaster of Paris really soaked in the ink. It took a few sprays to get a nice, bold red color to them.

These flowers are perfect for mixed media and altered art! Enjoy!

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