Fairy Cloche Centerpiece DIY
Are you looking for some spring decor in your home, but tired of the same old bunnies? Then make a DIY Fairy Cloche Centerpiece like I did! This centerpiece will carry you well past Easter and is a fun touch of whimsy. Read on for our step-by-step tutorial!
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Here’s what you’ll need to have handy for this DIY:
- A circular wooden slab and glass cloche
- Alternatively, purchase a cloche of your choice with bottom.
- Moss craft square
- Miniature fairy accessories
- A variety of faux flowers
- Twinkle lights (optional)
IMPORTANT: When buying miniatures and cloche, be sure to take note of measurements and that they will work within the parameters of your project!
Lets make it!
Place the moss square on top of the wooden slab. Arrange twinkle lights on top if you will be adding lights to your Fairy Cloche centerpiece.
Arrange a small bunch of flowers in a circular pattern. Point all floral stems toward the middle. I found that this was the only way I could fit the flowers into the cloche in an aesthetically pleasing way. Play around with your flowers until you get the right size. Make sure that your cloche cover comfortably fits around the flowers (i.e.- the flowers don’t look smooshed).
I opted to use flowers that were all the same color. Feel free to use a different type of flower or different colors! A Fairy Cloche can be colorful!
Set the main scene! I decided to make this scene a Fairy Queen sitting in the middle of the forest. I placed a tall floral in the back of the floral circle arrangement.
Next, I placed a miniature fairy chair in the center of the flowers, and placed a fairy on top. Does it look too Game of Thrones?
Add more interest to the scene. I opted to add in some magical forest animals like bunnies and birds. I also added in another fairy or two.
Add more flowers and miniatures to the outside of the scene if you like. I thought that the scene looked a little boring without anything along the outside. I especially didn’t like the way the square of moss just hung outside of the circular cloche.
So, I decided to add in some flowers that I had leftover from the Fairy Tablescape Centerpiece DIY that I made earlier. If you haven’t seen it, check out the Fairy Tablescape DIY HERE!
Of course, the great thing about using these leftover flowers is that it also justifies my craft store purchases 😀 The hubby thinks I have a crafting addiction. He MIGHT be right…just maybe 😉
Turn on the twinkle lights, sit back, and enjoy!
What are your thoughts about the Fairy Cloche?
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