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The 24 Karat (From the Yard) Spray Painted Floral Arrangement

You have to love metallic gold spray paint for it’s ability to make anything look good, especially some dried bits and pieces from my yard. If I can put metallic or put glitter on it, I am there! This is a fun, glistening gold, spray painted floral arrangement. And yes, you can spray paint dried flowers!

Yes, you can spray paint dried hydrangeas, check out for details below!

 I had some  gold and copper spray paint and wanted to do a little dried floral arrangement. It was as easy as hunting around my yard for  dried flower stems. I leave a lot of my stems and flower heads alone all winter such as grasses,Black-Eyed Susan’s, Bee Balm and Hydrangeas not only for winter interest, but I love that the bird’s can still find food in the coldest and snowiest of January.
How to spray paint dried flowers

Read More: How to Cut and Air Dry Hydrangeas

I cut a bit of all of those things and out them on a box in the backyard. I spray painted some gold and some copper, turning them to make sure I covered the entire surface.
Dried flowers spray painted with gold and copper paint
 Once they dried, I put them in a vase that I covered with an old sweater sleeve and a band of sparkly tape.
Spray painted flowers with gold spray paint for a spray painted floral arrangement
 I love how the same gold paint looks different on the grass heads and the Hydrangeas.The copper- colored Monarda heads are a pretty contrast in the  spray painted floral arrangement
spray painted floral arrangement and gold spray painted hydrangeas
 The Hydrangeas almost look fake. They looks so pretty painted gold (can I tell you how glad that I have spell check….So far I’ve spelled Hydrangeas wrong every time.).
spray painted floral arrangement with gold and copper dried hydrangeas
 And I think the sweater sleeve dresses up the plain glass vase just enough.
Dried floral arrangement colored with paint
It’s a perfect size mantel piece! I hope you give making a spray painted floral arrangement a try! You can visit these other blogs for more amazing Fall and Thanksgiving projects ! Click on the button below to head on over!

–Jen

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11 Comments

  1. I can’t believe how nice it came out using dried stems. I just bought some from Micheals that are metallic and gold. It would of been so nice to make some using the real thing. I may have to go ahead and do that!

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  3. Simply beautiful! What a great way to give a flower arrangement a fresh new look. Gorgeous! I am definitely trying this out next year with my hydrangea clippings. Thank you for the inspiration! I never would have thought to spray paint dried flowers can’t wait to try it out.

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