Simple Floating Candle Arrangement Wire Technique
If you have ever made a floating candle arrangement with submerged flowers, you know how tricky it can be to keep your flowers properly positioned in the vase.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn a simple wire technique that will help keep your flowers where you want them in your arrangement.
I think you’ll truly enjoy the tips shared in this video from Flower Joos.
In my opinion, this video is truly worth sharing with DIYers like you. Check it out and see if you agree.
I really hope you enjoyed that… and are super excited about giving this a try. It’s really pretty foolproof, even if you’re a novice.
And by the way, the flowers and supplies used in this bouquet, including the cymbidium orchids, can easily be found online.
There are others that look pretty good as well, like WholeBlossoms and BunchesDirect, but I can honestly say I have no personal experience with them.
You could also use a number of other flowers
Flowers such as roses, gerbera daisies, and carnations can also be used in place of the cymbidiums, and are readily available. All depends on your preferences and budget.
If you are just making an arrangement or two and only just need a handful of high-quality flowers, I usually suggest purchasing them from a local florist. Always my first choice! 🙂
One of the most popular places to find them is Dollar Tree, and you certainly can’t beat the price. 🙂
One other thing I like about the materials used is that they can all be reused, except the flowers of course. 🙁
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I check out a lot of flower design tutorials (like the floating candle arrangement video you just got finished watching), and a cool site on which I could re-watch my favorite videos is really what I was after.
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