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How to Make the Base for Giant Flower Stands: Large Free-Standing Flowers Tutorial

Creating giant flower stands can be a fun and rewarding DIY project, perfect for adding a touch of whimsy and elegance to your garden or event space. Making the bases for these giant flower stands can seem intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. In this tutorial, we'll walk you through the steps to make sturdy, wooden bases for your large, free-standing flowers. While there are various materials you can use, such as cement or metal, we'll focus on using wood, which is both accessible and easy to work with.

Materials and Tools You'll Need

  • Wooden rounds

I got my Almost 12-inch MDF rounds locally. You can also check locally if you can find a supplier.


12-inch rounds options:

18-inch round (The size I used for the 3 stand base)-

  • Boxwood Hedge Panel


• I purchased mine from Temu, specifically the 25x25cm, 10-piece set. It's the most affordable option, though the quality is somewhat low. However, this is hardly noticeable, especially if you paint your base dark green. You can find it here.

  • Green Crepe paper


Lime Green-


  • Spade bit


  • Cordless Power Drill


Dewalt (This set is what we have):

Step-by-Step Instructions:


Creating a base for giant flower stands is a straightforward and enjoyable DIY project that can significantly enhance your garden or event decor. By following these steps, you can build sturdy and attractive bases that will support your large, free-standing flowers beautifully. Happy crafting!



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