Is it teething time for your little one?


If your little ones are anything like ours, then they love to decorate their bedrooms with bits and bobs that are personal to them, their personalities and their interests.


A time- and cash-savvy craft is always a winner, and this stunning floral monogram will make for the perfect addition to any little girl’s room.


What you need:

  • Papier-mâché or Decopatch letter (reasonably priced and available in craft shops)
  • Craft knife
  • Glue gun
  • Paint
  • Scissors
  • Fake flowers



What to do:

1. Using your craft knife, cut and scoop out the inside filling of your letter.

2. Next, apply your paint colour of choice – a thick, glossy paint will set best on your letter.

3. Decorate it as preferred – perhaps with a sprinkling of glitter or some sequins.

4. Next, take your flowers and cut them down to the bud.

5. Using your glue gun, apply a dab to the bud and stick it into the hollow of your letter. Repeat the step until your letter is filled with beautiful buds.


Tip: Adjust the method with different decorations to suit your son or daughter, and their interests and preferences.


Images via Pinterest


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