INSIDE : Learn how to arrange and make a stunning Monochrome Flower Bouquet for your table this spring! Use your favorite colors to create this fun crafty color blocked look.
Today I am sharing a fun Monochromatic Floral Bouquet spray paint project with my newest favorite spray paint, Plutonium. As much as I adore florals and cheerful colors, I think there is something so elegant and lovely about a good monochromatic project. Do you remember my Blue Marble Candles? I loved the simple monochrome look of the candles and tried to recreate that same style for this project.
What supplies do you need to make Monochrome Floral Bouquets?
Plutonium Spray Paints
Faux Flower Stems
Start this project off by cutting down your floral bricks to fit inside your new flower pots. I used an x-acto knife and didn’t worry too much about making it fit perfectly. I used a few dabs of hot glue to keep them in place.
Once your flower blocks are secured, it’s time to start adding in all the cheerful spring flowers! I made sure to have enough flowers for all four of my plastic pots. I ended up adding a few small pieces of faux greenery I had sitting around and secured those with a hot glue gun.
In the end, each of the four pots was full of floral loveliness and ready for it’s spray painting debut!
Okay, can we take a quick Plutonium break here? I’m a craft blogger and I have used QUITE a few cans of spray paint in my day and I was VERY impressed by Plutonium!
Check out the gorgeous color that the Aloha spray paint produces. And the best part is, that this paint dries SO remarkably fast!! I do live in the desert, so our humidity is practically nothing, which probably helped things, but this spray paint dried in moments – I could not believe it.
I was so impressed I went to the website and this is what they say, “One of the many benefits of Plutonium® Paint is the fact that it is a fast drying aerosol. The user is able to complete projects much faster (3-5 minutes) instead of 6-12 hours or more.”
Another awesome perk to this spray paint is because of its high pigment load Plutonium® can provide up to 2½ times the coverage of other aerosol paints.
I just loved the saturated colors of these flower bouquets!! I want to frame the pictures I took of these florals because they are just so lovely with their monochromatic vibes.
For this project I used Plutonium colors Lala, Tsunami, Submarine and Aloha. I think the dark dark blue (almost black color) of the Submarine was my favorite!
Thank you to Plutonium for providing spray paint for this project. All opinions are 100% mine.