How to Display Your Valentines Flowers


Dry and display your memories all year round! A new and modern way to prolong the love!

how to display your valentines flowers, gardening, how to


how to display your valentines flowers, gardening, how to

Start with a box from the Dollar Spot at Target. (Turns out this was 5 dollars at the dollar spot.)

how to display your valentines flowers, gardening, how to

Gather your materials. I dried my bouquet of roses by hanging them upside down straight from the store. You can use fresh ones as well!

how to display your valentines flowers, gardening, how to

This box has two sections that give a little bit of interest to the arrangement.

how to display your valentines flowers, gardening, how to

These roses have been drying for about 2 weeks.

how to display your valentines flowers, gardening, how to

I wanted to add some succulents. These are faux but you can use real ones as well.

how to display your valentines flowers, gardening, how to

Build your sections. I used a full dozen dried roses for this arrangement.

how to display your valentines flowers, gardening, how to

The succulents have a hint of pink and purple that pulls the colors together.

how to display your valentines flowers, gardening, how to

I added some sheet moss on the bottom to fill the space and give it a more natural look.

how to display your valentines flowers, gardening, how to


how to display your valentines flowers, gardening, how to

Next I added a simple wooden arrow. Voila! A modern take on the basic dozen roses for your sweet Valentine's Day!

Suggested materials:

  • Dried Flowers  (Floral Shop)
  • Box  (Target)
  • Faux Succulents  (JoAnn Crafts)
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