All you need for floral wood letters is a wood letter, chalk paint, cardstock, & craft & hot glue.

First download my free paper flower & leaf stem cut files (personal use only). 

Next cut lots and lots of flowers! I used 11 on one letter & 12 on the other. 

The flowers are between 1/4" and 1" tall once rolled.

Place a skewer on the end of the spiral cut paper flower & wrap it around the tip.

Place a dot of glue on the circle at the end of the spiral and place it on the bottom of the rolled flower to hold it together.

Lay the flowers out on your wood letter to find the pattern you want, then glue them down with hot glue.

Add glue to a skewer to apply it to the thin, dainty leaf stems.

Place the stem behind the flowers. Add the leaves before you've added all of the flowers so the end is hidden.

Finish gluing the paper flowers on the wood letter.

Your flower covered wood leteter is complete!

These would look beautiful at a wedding or baby shower! Mine are shelf decor in colors that match my gorgeous rug.

If you like this rustic ladder shelf, it, along with the supplies for this DIY, is linked in the post.

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