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DIY Faux Blossom Branch Tree

Are you looking to add some charm to your living space on a budget? Try making your own DIY Faux Blossom Branch Tree. In this tutorial, I will guide you through the process of creating your blossom branch tree. The best part is that this project requires just a few simple materials, and you can even repurpose a section of a tree branch. Alternatively, you can use a smaller section of a tree branch or one similar to the one I am using. So, if you're ready to start, come along and create your blossom branch tree with me.

A DIY Blossom branch tree with orange blossom flowers

DIY Faux Blossom Branch Tree video tutorial

Materials 

Picture showing a tree branch section near curtains by a window

Section of branches from a tree in my yard

faux florals and leaves

hot glue

 A planter pot

Floral cutters

 A foam floral block, and optional rocks

After inserting your tree branch into the foam block, you can add rocks on top. This will provide additional weight to your pot and prevent the tree branch from shifting or moving around.

Cutting the flowers and leaves

Faux orange flowers with green leaves

To create a beautiful blossom tree, follow these steps. First, take floral cutters and remove the flowers and leaves from the stems. Cut as many flowers as needed for your tree.

Attaching the flowers to the branches

Next, use hot glue to attach the flowers to the branches. Be sure to protect your fingers while using the hot glue. Add a few flowers to each branch and then add some faux leaves to some of the branches. Space them out evenly.

Close up of tree branches with orange blossom flowers and green leaves

Adding the tree to the pot

Insert a foam block into your planter pot. If the foam block is too big, cut it to the right size. If it is too small, add extra foam blocks to fill the empty space. Insert the branch into the foam block. If the branch is unstable, add a few rocks above the foam block to keep it in place.

Light orange flower pot with faux greenery and larger rocks

Finally, add some extra faux leaves to the bottom of the pot for decoration.

Tree branches with faux orange blossoms and green leaves

Your faux blossom tree is now complete. I am delighted with how easy this project was. It was both fun and affordable. I only had to buy the flowers and leaves for this project, and luckily, they were discounted. Since I already had most of the materials, I could complete this tree for just under $5. Thank you for joining me in creating your very own blossom tree. If you enjoyed this simple DIY project, check out my other blossom branch project that I have worked on, Blossom branch arrangement.

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Pinterest pin showing faux orange blossoms and green leaves on tree branches


Comments

  1. Interesting idea, I would for sanity's sake use larger/fewer blossoms for a statement. Spring branches are always lovely early in the year.

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    1. :) It didn't take too long adding the blossoms, but you definitely want to protect your fingers when working with the hot glue. Thank you for visiting.

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  2. What a lovely idea! This looks so effective and so pretty. :)
    Thanks so much for sharing with #MMBC Stephanie, I hope you can join us next week.

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  3. very pretty reminds me of spring thanks for sharing come see us at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

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    1. Annie, thank you so much. I'm so ready for Spring.

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  4. This is beautiful and I have to try it as soon as possible. Spring calling :)

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    1. Thank you! Yes, Spring is calling for sure. I'm so ready! Thank you for visiting. 😊

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  5. I really love this. So pretty and simple! Thank you for sharing this post at the Will Blog for Comments #22 linkup. Hope to see you there next week, too. Have a great week!

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    1. Jennifer, thank you. Happy to hear you enjoyed this DIY project. 😊

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  6. So pretty, what a beautiful craft to help us get ready for Spring!

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  7. That is so pretty! What a fantastic, budget idea to decorate your home.

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  8. That's very pretty, it would look lovely brightening up a winter household, I can't wait for the spring.

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  9. Oh my goodness... how pretty!! I would have never thought to make your own spring blossomed branches. It turned out so amazing!

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    1. Thank you so much! I love making blossom branches using the branches from my yard. I appreciate you stopping by. :)

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