DIY Photo Prop Floral Letters

Floral Letters

These are super fun and inexpensive props to use for picture or decor. I love the pop of color and they are really customizable to match any room or party. I used pre-colors roses I got at the dollar store for the pink, and customized the blue by spraying some of them with spray paint to get my desired colors.


-Foam Board 1/4 inch

-Flowers (Dollar Store)

-Spray Paint (Optional)

-Xacto Knife

-Hot Glue Gun + Sticks


Floral Letter | supplies

I found white flowers and sprayed them navy since I had a hard time finding navy flowers that fit my budget.

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The trick to creating a good letter is to use foam board (dollar store) and a pen. Just draw a simple letter. I like cursive since it is more forgiving than straight lines. And then trace equally on both sides of the letter staying equal space away from the original letter. This will make a perfect block script letter.

Floral Letters| supplies

Floral Letters | CGH Lifestyle

Then cut out the letter with an Xacto knife.

Floral Letters | CGH Lifestyle

Once it is cut out, start making “X” cuts every 2 inches in a grid format.

Place a generous amount of hot glue on the hole and shove the stem of the flower (Detached from bundle) into the hole.

Floral Letters | DIY

Floral Letters | DIY

Work your way around until the whole thing is covered!

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For more fun DIY ideas watch Tay every Tuesday on Millennial Moms!

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  1. Honestly wondering how many people have commented on here because of the giveaway. Oh well. Cute prop!

  2. I bet this would be great for graduation pictures too if you did the year or the school letters! Super cute thank you for sharing it with us!!

  3. I love this idea! My sorority wants to do something fun with our letters for photos that was easy and not heavy or hard to hold and this would be perfect for our spring photos!

  4. Put a frame around it and that’s beautiful wall decor. I’ve always wanted to dry me wedding bouquet and make one of these pressed into a frame or shadow box in the letter of our last initial

  5. Adorable! Do you mind me asking about how much it costs? Would so do this if it was under $50. ????????????

  6. I’m totally gonna use this as room decor as well as a photo prop! My friends love to take photos for Instagram so they’d love to use it too!

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