A quick 10 minute DIY copper decor project using copper pipes and concrete flowers. Add the perfect modern decor to your wall or front door.
It is no secret that I am in love with concrete projects. I realized how amazing copper and concrete look together when I made the tiered concrete and copper planter.
When I got the idea to make concrete flowers, I decided to use them with leftover copper pipes to create this minimalist modern copper wall decor or wreath.
It was a quick and easy project! Assembling the wreath or wall decor takes only about 2 minutes. Making the concrete flowers takes 5 minutes but of course, you have to let them dry and cure for a few days.
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Materials Required to Make the Copper Wreath –
How to Make the Modern Copper Decor With Concrete Flowers –
It is really quite simple to make it. As always, I have a video for you showing the entire process. Step by step instructions follow after the video.
Step 2 – Thread the floral wire into each of the pipes and cut off the excess with the wire cutter. Make sure to leave extra for tieing the ends.
Step 3 – Tie the ends of the floral wire to create a triangle. Cut off extra wire.
Step 4 – Hot glue the concrete flowers to one corner of the triangle.
I love the minimalist look of copper pipes and concrete flowers. There are so many ways this can be made your own – larger triangle, make it a square, add more flowers… the options are endless! How would you make this?
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I am quite obsessed with concrete right now. My first project – a mirrored concrete tray was so much fun that I am hooked.
Of course, the tiered concrete and copper planter is one of my favorites
Anika's goal is to inspire and empower beginners with woodworking, DIY, home improvement, and home decor ideas.
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