Designing With Deco Beads – Everything You Need To Know
If you want to your wedding and event designs to stand out, then you need to see this video by J Schwanke, featuring the use of Deco Beads.
J teaches you all of the basics for hydrating and working with them that need to know, especially if you have never used them before.
Just imagine how easily you can create fabulous event centerpieces, by incorporating a few of J’s favorite tips, tricks, and secrets for designing with Deco Beads.
Whether you are a seasoned pro or a relatively new DIY floral designer, this on-point video deals with some of the issues with prepping and working with Deco Beads.
It even contains a few insider tips and tricks that took me by surprise! 🙂
I think you’re going to really enjoy this vid, especially if you really into creative wedding and event work. Take a look and see if you agree!
There you have it!
Everything you need to know about designing with Deco Beads.
I hope you enjoyed the video… and can’t wait to try some of these ideas out yourself.
I especially thought his use of multiple layers and LEDs in the same vase was a cool twist. 🙂
And while we’re on the subject, Deco Beads can easily be found online. You can find a good selection on Amazon, and I’ve seen them at Hobby Lobby, but there are a lot of other dealers listed on the SoilMoist website you can check out as well.
You can probably also get them through your local florist. Always my favorite choice! 🙂
Keep in mind that there are other water gel bead products out there, but I recommend you stick with the original Deco Beads. From my experience, they work as advertised with no surprises. Just be sure to follow the directions on the package.
Professional florists use Floralytes by Acolyte, but there are a lot of other private label lights available. You won’t have any trouble finding them.
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