Hi there friends! Hope you all enjoyed your weekends. :) So I'm sure it's not a huge surprise that we love cherry blossoms in this house! We have a huge picture of the beautiful blossoms blown up on a large canvas above our mantle, another one hung in our formal living room, and this set hanging in our formal dining room. I also painted (and re-painted) two cherry blossom canvases for our family room. So when I came across these DIY cherry blossom branches on Pinterest I just could not resist! Not only were they super quick and easy to make but they produced gorgeous results!
long bare branches (real or fake doesn't matter)
light pink tissue paper (crepe streamers work fine too)
hot glue gun + glue sticks
Gather some branches and cut off the leaves if there are any. Trace an outline of a flower onto 8-10 layers of tissue paper and cut it out. Repeat with another 8-10 layers.
Put the dry glue stick in the center of the cut-out and twist around it to form a flower. Remove the stick and tighten the twist at the bottom. Place a small dab of glue on the branches and stick the new flowers on! You can either make all your flowers first or one by one as you glue them on the branches.