Save wire cutters and a paintbrush & follow this DIY

Dress up your light fixtures or fans and put a playful twist on the classic ceiling medallion with some fake flowers and plaster of Paris. It’s perfect for those who love eclectic design and adding unexpected details around the home. Best of all, you can complete it in four simple steps.
This project uses daisies on the medallion, but any fake flower with a flat back will work. Consider using flowers in different colors to create a vibrant, eye-catching design. No matter what blooms you choose, your medallion is sure to add plenty of whimsical charm to your ceiling.
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Materials
- Wreath chipboard ring
- Fake daisies, 16
- Wire cutters
- High-temperature glue gun
- Hot glue sticks
- Plaster of Paris, 2 cups
- Water, 1 cup
- Large mixing bowl
- Measuring cups
- Disposable gloves
- Craft stick
- Drop cloth or paper
- Sanding block
- Glaze, yellow
- Paintbrush
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Instructions
1. Place the wreath ring on your table or work surface. Trim the daisies until they lay flat on the ring. Arrange the daisies around the ring, then glue them in place and allow the glue to dry.
2. Measure 2 cups of plaster into a mixing bowl. Pour 1 cup of water over the plaster, then slowly mix together with a craft stick until you’ve reached a smooth consistency. Gloves and a drop cloth or paper are important for keeping your skin and work surface safe during this step.
3. Turn the medallion upside down, then place it in the plaster. Cover all of the surfaces, then place the medallion right side up on the drop cloth or paper. Allow the plaster to dry.
4. Once dry, sand any rough edges around the inside and outside of the medallion.
5. Paint the centers of the flowers with yellow glaze. Allow the glaze to dry.
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6. Your medallion is complete. Hang it on the ceiling around a light fixture or fan, and enjoy!
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