People need floral display stands for many different reasons. You may want to build one to showcase flowers in a corner of your home. If you're a retail florist, you'll need lots of these devices to exhibit bouquets on a regular basis. Funeral parlours need display stands to secure and present floral arrangements during viewings. Building a basic flower display stand is a straightforward process you can complete quickly.
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Things you need
- Measuring tape
- Metal Vertical Rods
- Metal Circle Rod
- MIG Welding Gun
- Safety Mask
- Safety Gloves
Measure an equal length of three metal vertical rods. Cut the rods to size. The vertical rods will act as legs for a flower display easel. A small floral display stand may be 24 inches tall, while stands for large arrangements may rise 42 to 66 inches.
Polish the vertical rods to remove grime and dirt. Clean surfaces make for successful welding.
Stand one vertical rod upright, placing one end flush against the inside of a 10-inch-diameter metal circle rod.
Position a MIG torch just above the flush connection and weld the connection shut.
Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for the two remaining vertical rods. Space the vertical rods evenly within the circle.
Weld a second 10-inch-diameter metal circle rod to the top ends of the vertical rods. The bottom circle acts as a base for the stand, while the top circle holds a vase of flowers.
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