Flower freaks may have lots of ideas and imagination to arrange flowers. They plant flowers in every bare spot and economically arrange fresh flowers enhancing the beauty of that place. Arranging flowers is cheaper than buying it from professionals. Here are some simple flower arranging tips that feature do it yourself process.
Flowers with hard stems
Flowers with hard stems can be used by scraping off the outer layer using a knife. The hard stemmed flowers look fresh as they drink using their petals.
Flowers with soft stems
Flowers with soft stems are too fragile, but you can do lots with them. Loosen the stem by merely running your fingers from top to the stem and easily wind the stem in the round. Wrap the stem using wired raffia or floral twine and hold its shape.
Other flower arranging tips:
- Conceal stems by using long tropical leaves. Scrape the spine thickness using a knife and roll it and stick to the water vase.
- Remove all foliage below so that it does not rot and reduce your flower life.
- Use waterproof tape and create a grid by keeping your flowers upright standing. Remember to group it together.
- Support your flower’s base with greens and then add flowers, especially the big flowers. Keep turning your vase so that the flowers look distributed.
- Place bud vases in your home areas where you receive high traffic and add just very few flowers. Place them in any decorative kitchen glass.
- A bud vase with few clusters of small flowers is a perfect way of offering a welcoming atmosphere for the guest room.
- Create a place to hang your keys and it should include a vase of weekly flowers. This is because it is the best you see while you go out and also the first on entering back inside.
- For open spaces, go bold and big with the arrangement of gladiolus, lilies, hydrangea or other blooms creating an expansive dining room or entryway.
- Personal spaces such as bedrooms and bathrooms can be perked with a bouquet.
- Give a contemporary look by using champagne glasses, some old vases, china pieces or other items suitable to the décor and arrange colorful flowers with leaves.
- Find a suitable wide selection of flowers at the supermarket or florist and place it on the kitchen table. This is a place that none of the visitors miss.
- Use antique teapots, classic urns, old water pitchers and also clay pots as containers and make casual flower arrangements.
- Choose soothing colors to offer a tranquil feeling and arrange it in a crystal bowl in the dining rooms and guest rooms.
- Arrange organs and red bright colors for energetic arrangement. Also place peaches and yellows, lavenders and pinks to offer a romantic feel.
Another important tip:
Avoid buying roses during the Valentine’s Day as you may have to shell out a big price. Place pink carnation in a blue jar by positioning the tall flowers in the middle and the shorter ones outside.
Image credit: <a href=’http://www.123rf.com/photo_20069669_fake-flower-bouquet.html’>mothy20 / 123RF Stock Photo</a>