Since moving into our new house recently, we’ve been hard at work putting all of the personal touches in our decor that make it feel like a home. I recently shared the Fabric Frames I created for Reagan’s room and I’m thrilled to be here today with another installment of all things girly and pink and lovely that can be found in her space. This Fresh Floral Mobile is hanging above her bed and was created using some of my favorite David Tutera Bridal DIY supplies.
You never would have guessed wedding materials, right? Keep reading to get the full tutorial so you can recreate it for your own little princess’ room!
Before we jump wtih both feet in, I just have to profess my love for the David Tutera Bridal Collection. I was lucky enough to receive a box of blingy goodies and they were right up my alley. David Tutera’s collection doesn’t have to be limited to just wedding DIY; I’m thrilled to share an idea for a different use for his amazing product line!
The David Tutera bridal collection includes: Affordable fashion accessories, unique décor elements, floral accents and other embellishments, all designed to help you tell your own special love story. Adding your own unique touch is a lot easier than you think! It’s all about turning ordinary wedding elements into something special. Many of the products, like Bling on a Roll and self-stick rhinestones, are very versatile. (For example, you can use either of the above to add sparkle to any wedding decoration or accessory!)
Let’s get started!
- 14 Fabric Flowers (Tutorial found HERE.)
- 14″ craft foam wreath
- white spray paint
- fishing line
- straight pins
- glue gun
- Bridal Collection by David Tutera Faceted Diamond Charms
- Bridal Collection by David Tutera Self-Stick Rhinestones
- Bridal Collection by David Tutera Pearl Rhinestone Crown Picks
1. Begin by spray painting your wreath form. I let a hint of the green show through on mine because it will match my daughter’s bedding, but you might want to completely cover the green in your situation. Let it dry completely.
2. Cut fishing line to the following measurements: 5 pieces each at lengths of 18″, 20″, and 24″ in one pile and 4 pieces cut to 24″ in a separate pile. Tie the pieces the pile of 15 pieces, one at a time, equally spaced around the wreath form. Tie it tightly and secure the knot with a straight pin for security. This will become the underside of the mobile.
3. Take the remaining 4 pieces of fishing line and tie them so that they’re on the topside of the mobile. Knot all four pieces together to form one secure location for hanging your mobile.
4. One at a time for the bottom pieces of fishing line, string a charm through and tie it off tightly.
5. The fishing line (or mine, at least) didn’t want to stay in place, so I used a small dab of hot glue to affix the knot in place. Trim the excess fishing line when the glue has cooled completely. Repeat this for all 15 pieces of fishing line.
6. Begin hot gluing the fabric flowers around the edge of the wreath form, making sure to not glue the fishing line pieces in the process.
7. When all the flowers are firmly glued into place, press the Self-Stick Rhinestones in the center of the flowers. I alternated between groups of two and three rhinestones to give it character.
Complete the mobile with the addition of the Pearl Rhinestone Crown Picks in the front of the mobile. These added an extra little bling that Reagan is in LOVE with. I can’t wait to see the sparkle reflect on her wall!
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I wrote this post as part of a sponsored campaign with Darice and The Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own.
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