Saturday, June 13, 2015

My Linda's How-Do-I Series? How To Make A Glass Container Vase Floral Arrangement Free E-Book



You never know when you're going to use something you saved years ago or something someone gave you years ago that they thought you might use for a floral arrangement.  Such was the case with a green glass container I had been given so many years ago I can't remember where I got it or who gave it to me.

I finally decided to use it for a Spring floral arrangement I made a couple of years ago.  I love bringing it out every Spring and thought you might enjoy a few free e-book on how I created my "Glass Container Vase Floral Arrangement" so you could make one of your own.

My instructions on "How To Make A Glass Container Vase Floral Arrangement" of your own are shown below:

Supplies Needed For The Flower Arrangement

Green Glass Container - 17” Circumference , 4” Tall, 4” Deep
Green Spanish Moss
4” -5” Hydrangea Silk Floral Stems (Cream, Blue) - 6
2” Daisy Silk Floral Stems (Light Blue, White, Pink) - 12
2” Rose Silk Floral Stems (Burgundy, Blue) - 8
Grass Silk Floral With White Snow Sprigs - 6
White and Green Fern Floral Sprigs - 8
Green  Florist Foam
Glue Sticks and Glue Gun

Instructions: 


1)  Cut a piece of the green florist foam to fit inside the green glass container and glue it to the inside bottom of the green glass container with hot glue.  The top of the green florist foam should be 1” down from the top lip of the green glass container.


2)  Add the green Spanish moss  to cover the top of the green florist foam within the green glass container.


3) Evenly space the grass silk floral sprigs with white snow pieces into the green foam.


4)   Separate 6 green fern pieces from the fern sprigs.   Evenly space the green fern pieces into the green foam.


5)  Evenly space the 2 blue and 2 white hydrangea into the green foam.  Bend the floral stems to curve them.

6)  Evenly space the 4 white daisies into the green foam.  Bend the floral stems to curve them.


7)   Evenly space the blue daisies into the green foam.  Bend the floral stems to curve them.


8)  Evenly space the pink daisies into the green foam.  Bend the floral stems to curve them.


9)   Evenly space the burgundy roses into the green foam. Bend the floral stems to curve them.


10) Evenly space the blue roses into the green foam. Bend the floral stems to curve them.


11) Your green glass container flower arrangement should  look like the picture above.

Congratulations! Your green glass container flower arrangement is done.

I also created a .PDF "Linda’s How-Do-I Series?  How To Make A Glass Container Vase Floral Arrangement" free e-book for this as well.

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