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Flower arrangements

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Rose Dome Arrangement

Steps:6
Other Ideas:
Decorating
Stiff long-stemmed roses can seem as generic as a drugstore valentine. But a few flourishes transform the cliche into a caress. The impromptu charm of a variegated rose (here, white-and-pink 'Henri Matisse') highlights the intensity of its crimson companions.
Materials
  • Two dozen roses
  • Plastic wrap
  • Floral cutters
  • Shallow container
  • Flower frog
  • Flower adhesive
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Figs and Vines Centerpiece

Steps:4
Centerpieces don't have to be perfectly balanced and precisely composed. There's beauty in letting flowers and vines be their riotous, sprawling selves.
Materials
  • Flowering clematis and passionflower vines
  • Fresh figs
  • Ramekin (3 1/2 inches in diameter) for the base
  • Ceramic cake stand (10 inches in diameter) for the base
  • Floral wax
  • Floral frog
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Sparkling Valentine's Day Centerpiece

Steps:6
Other Ideas:
Glitter, Party flowers
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Clay Floral Wreath

Steps:8
Other Ideas:
Mother's Day
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Butterfly Centerpiece Arrangement

Steps:4
Other Ideas:
Decorating, Spring
Celebrate spring with this terrarium-style display featuring pretty winged critters. It makes a fun alternative to a traditional seasonal floral arrangement.
Materials
  • 28-gauge floral wire
  • Wire cutters
  • Hot-glue gun and hot glue sticks
  • Planter
  • Styrofoam ball that fits into bottom of planter
  • Sheet moss
  • Cloche
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Color Blocks How-To

Steps:4
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Oversize Urn Arrangement

Steps:8
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Chair Back Place Cards

Steps:1
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