Making a Pearl and Shell Waterfall Centerpiece
April 12, 2019
I brought my love for nature into my living room since our summer season will be going really busy. I just imagined myself going to this pearly wonderful waterfall while making this craft.
- stones, pebbles & sand
- transparent tape
- hot glue sticks (as many as needed)
- blue colored paper
- beads & pearl accessories
- artificial plant accessories
- white glue
- Trace a circular shape onto the blue paper and cut this out. Make it any size you want.
- Glue it onto the center of the cardboard.
- Cover the whole blue circle with hot glue.
- Surround it with stones.
- Pile up several stones on one side and glue in place.
- Take a shell and glue it on the top portion.
- Now, cut transparent tape following the length from the shell down to the base (blue circle covered with hot glue).
- Fill the tape with melting hot glue, let it drip from the shell down to the base to make it look like a flowing water.
- You can add another shells on the sides if you want, but that's optional.
- Put pearls inside the shells and decorate the whole thing with gems, pearls, and shells.
- Then add the artificial plants and flowers.
- Next, cut off the excess cardboard around the outer edge of the base.
- As you can see there are spaces in between and outside the stones, apply white glue all over these areas.
- Cover with pebbles or sand. Place this in the center of your table.
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