By placing a piece of duct tape down first and then gluing a piece of foam on top, you have the base for a floral arrangement.
It’s a good idea to place floral tape around the outside edges of the tile or spray paint the edges black so the white doesn’t show when the arrangement is in place.
With lots of grasses, pods, pieces of greenery….
Feathers, odds and ends and a little time, you can turn a tile into a shelf arrangement.
These little tight pieces also work well on a bookshelf. You can make them any height or width that is needed to fit a space.
They work well nestled up next to a vase, and perhaps sitting on top of a book. Sorry I don’t have pictures of that but I’m sure you can envision it. Often times designers will choose these tile arrangements to have in a pinch for decorating their client’s homes. They are small but add so much to an overall bookcase, mantle or hanging shelf/wall sconce.
It’s a great way to use up odds and ends if you have a silk floral stash. Be creative and try all sorts of elements together! Your friends will be amazed at your one of a kind tile arrangement!
Thanks for your visit today. I’m joining Susan at Between Naps on the Porch for Metamorphosis Monday. You never know what you might learn from this fun weekly event! Take a few minutes to check it out.