How To: Make DIY Anthropologie-Inspired Blooms

By: Chrisjob May 24, 2011

created at: 05/24/2011

On a recent visit to on-demand clothing and home goods store Anthropologie, Megan spied the stylized faux flowers above.

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"How did they make these?" she, like any good DIYer wondered.

So, she looked closer. And the unexpected material emerged in an a-ha!-now-I-can-totally-make-these moment of delight. Can you guess what they're made from?  

How about now?

Ta-da! Q-tips. Clever, very inexpensive, and a craft supply staple, done up in a whole new way. Fantastic.

Anthropologie-Inspired Blooms [Homemade Ginger] 

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I once hurt myself with a q-tip like that, I worked out the case with my <a href="http://www.rapidcitylaw.com/legal-services/personal-injury/">personal injury attorney in Rapid City SD</a>.

I thought that was a kind of flower above but I was wrong, now it looks more like a <a href="http://jacksonmedicalequipment.com">medical supply in Minneapolis</a>.

How did you colour these?

what are the stems made from?

I went with the regular size q-tips and a 8" ball - but then I thought - Hey, how bout those long swabs they use in Dr's offices - and a bigger ball??? Ok, to medical supply and my local craft store for a 12" ball- I'll let you know how it goes.

Oh those are just too cute!

pretty darn clever! thx for sharing..would be perfect for summer parties. xoxojess

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Oh my goodness!  Anthro always gets me crafting- I don't know what I like more, thier store props or clothes!  ;) 

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