Flower Arranging Made Easy – A Simple Way To Arrange Flowers At Home
Professional flower arranging is a combination of art and skill.
When people buy flowers as a gift for others, they want them to arrive professionally arranged. So they work with a local florist, who can design and deliver the appropriate floral gift.
Then there are many others that just buy flowers for their own enjoyment.
If you are someone who enjoys flowers but thinks you are “all thumbs” when it comes to flower arranging, just remember this:
Flowers don’t have to look like they were arranged by a florist.
This video shows how you can make a beautiful, perfectly shaped flower arrangement without using floral tape or foam.
Floral designer Rebecca Cole shows you how to do it with a “layering” technique, using just the greens and flowers themselves.
She also shares some great flower arranging tips that the pros use to create natural-looking arrangements.
It will make your flowers look like they came straight from your garden. Watch and see.
So, what did you think? As you can see, it’s possible to learn flower arranging quickly and confidently.
You have to be willing to learn techniques that are different than what is being taught in most floral magazines and books.
And that’s okay because applying any new technique only serves to help you develop your own personal design style.
So what are you waiting for? Get cracking!
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