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Wood crate floral display with mini watering can

 Hello everyone! I hope all is well. Today we are creating a floral display using one wood crate from Dollar Tree. I absolutely love the wood crates at Dollar Tree, and I thought it would make a perfect display when including one mini watering can. The mini watering can be purchased at Hobby Lobby. If you're ready we will begin creating this simple DIY project.

Video tutorial


One wood crate box

One bendable metal wire

One paint brush



Floral snips

Craft foam block

Hot glue


Craft clothespins

Start by taking your paint, paintbrush, and your wood crate. Begin to apply paint to your wood crate. Be sure to paint all sections on your wood crate box.

Next, take your metal piece, and bend it so that your metal makes an L shape. Apply hot glue onto the shorter section of your metal. After applying glue onto the metal, take your watering can and place it on top of the bent metal section. You will need to take extra hot glue and apply it to the bottom of the watering can. This helps to give it extra support. 

After, take the longer end of your metal, add hot glue, and press it against one corner on the inside of your wood crate box.  At this point, your watering can should be standing in the corner of your box.

Next, take your craft foam, and add it to the bottom of your wood crate.

Take your floral snips, and begin to cut your flowers to size. After cutting your floral to size, take each piece, and insert it through your foam piece.

Now you are ready to add on your craft clothespins. Take your clothespins, and add hot glue on the back of each one. Add them to the front of your wood crate. 

Next, take your scissors, and cut a small section of twine. Take each end, and tie it around the top of each of your clothespins. I decided to tie it around the top of the clothespins because trying to hang it from the opening of the clothespins caused my twine to hang too low. 

After you have added your twine, take your craft fabric heart, and using hot glue, glue it onto your twine. I also added a little glue on the back side of the fabric heart and glued it onto both the twine and wood crate. 

Your floral display is now complete. I love how simple, and quick this craft was. Thank you so much for stopping by, and creating with me. I'll see you soon!

Check out these other floral crafts--

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  1. Stephanie this is so dang cute!! Thank you for stopping by Oh My Heartsie Girl to share your blog with us!!! Hope to see you every week! have a great weekend!

    1. Karren, thank you so much! I love how it turned out as well. I'll have to share this next time on your link party. :)

  2. This turned out so cute. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Aw, thank you so much! And you're very welcome. =)

  3. Such a cute floral window display. Thanks for sharing each step of the process.

    1. Judy, thank you! And you're very welcome. So happy to hear you enjoyed it. :)

  4. SO SO cute, that little watering can is super sweet and this is a great way to showcase it.

  5. Steph, your wood crate floral display is so pretty! I love the unique idea of adding the watering can to the crate. I'm happy to be featuring your post at Tuesday Turn About this week! Pinned!

    1. Thank you so much! I'm so happy to hear that you enjoyed this craft. :)

  6. Stephanie,
    I love this display. Congratulations, you are being featured on Thursday Favorite Things. I hope you stop by.

    1. Bev, thank you so much! I'm so happy to hear you enjoyed it. =)

  7. Stephanie, your sweet crate and watering can craft is really fun for summer! So glad you shared it a week ago at Share Your Style. I was very happy to share it at SYS #349 this past Wednesday for you. <3

    Really fun! Hope you are having a great weekend!!
    Barb :)

    1. Barb, thank you so very much. I will be sure to stop by. I've been having such a busy week. I hope that you have a lovely weekend. Thank you so much for stopping by. :)


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