Today the flowers I created them for out-door in two versions. The base is always an aluminum base 15 cm in diameter (the standard deviation of the production of a small cookware factory) that I had used to create centerpieces and a staple birth.
First I cut several containers of eggs (photo 1) with scissors (photo 2).
So I made the petals (photo 3) and I painted pink with acrylic paints them (picture 4 and 5)
I glued with hot glue, three containers (photo 6) on each other (photo 7), so I put glue on the bottom, filled it with golden beads and let everything dry.
And here is the finished flower.
For out of town, I used 12 that I attached with hot glue on green seats all around the base of painted cardboard. As a finishing coat on the back, I place the green cloth.
This is the first one out the door.
I’ve also created a second for my front door.
I mottled flowers with pink brushstrokes and I decided to paint the white and write our names with markers.