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Cranberry Flower Frog

Martha Stewart Living, December/January 1995/1996

Cranberries are a staple of the holiday table, but few of us know them other than as a relish or jelly. Keep these native fruits in view by using them as a flower frog instead of pebbles or marbles; they will hold stems in place for about a week. Use hard cranberries; wash them well before submerging in water.

 

Comments (6)

  • Happy_Birthday_Dr_Seuss 19 Jan, 2013

    Cranberry Flower Frog
    Russell's Saturday Centerpiece
    Beautiful and Lovely!

  • thashbee 23 Oct, 2011

    Works just fine if you fill the vase with cranberries. They can't act as a frog if they are floating.

  • Mlodz 29 Mar, 2009

    Maybe you can keep them from floating by first placing the cranberries and flowers in the vase then add water using a watering can :)

  • leeleeg 19 Dec, 2008

    I just did this for a party and mine did float. I think the key must be having enough cranberries which I did not! It still looked pretty but was more like a band of red in the vase with water on the bottom and the the flowers on top.

  • LynnSmith 18 Dec, 2008

    How do you keep the cranberries from floating?

  • LynnSmith 18 Dec, 2008

    How do you keep the cranberries from floating?