DIY Floral Deer Antlers

Thanks to a friend I recently acquired a box full of antlers and I couldn’t be more excited to share some new crafting ideas. There are so many projects you can do with antlers like jewelry hangers, coat racks, centerpieces, wall art. That’s just naming a few but today I thought I’d share how I made this DIY floral deer antlers. This project was super easy to do and literally took me about 15 minutes!

To start off I went to Michael’s and gathered some supplies. With the help of some coupons and their amazing sales this project only cost me about $20! I chose to use a wood slice to mount the antlers but you could also get creative with it and try other things like a wood plaque, pallet wood, or some sort of frame. I also picked up a greenery stem and rose floral. I had some baby’s breath on hand which I decided to use as well.

I mounted the antlers to the wood slice using a couple 1″ screws.

Next I cut up the floral pieces into small stems and starting arranging to get an idea of how I wanted it to look. Once I was happy I attached the florals using a hot glue gun. And just like that it was complete!

This is such an easy project that anyone can do. The best part is that there are so many different ways to re-create this project with different florals or mount so you can really get creative and make it your own.

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If you enjoyed this floral deer antlers project then check out another one of my easy DIY projects here.

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