DIY Flower Box Window Cornice
This was a fun and simple project! With the upside-down garden, I knew I wanted to have lots of flowers, and using a window box for a window cornice seemed perfect. I made a simple box, using the cute trim molding on three sides so the back side would be flat. There are little one by one scraps of wood at the corners to give me something to nail into, and one board in the middle to help keep it sturdy. Then the back piece has a small rectangle cut out of it so that I can hang the box easily on a one by two that is screwed to the wall!
After filling the nail holes with wood filler and painting, I did the arrangement. I stuffed the box with styrofoam. It was very tight so I didn't worry about gluing in case I wanted to reuse it later elsewhere. I purchased lots of silk flowers after they went on sale, you can almost always find some seasonal flowers at a good price, plus the ones from the dollar store work fine for something like this. I was especially glad for the big sunflowers as filler, but I think the prettiest are the little sprays of blue and red flowers that draped down so nicely. Then I just hung it up! It’s great for color and detail, and would be nice as part of a little play garden for someone whose nursery is right side up =)