Easy DIY Floral Bowl

5 Materials
$10
15 Minutes
Easy

If you want a professional looking floral arrangement without the hefty price tag you HAVE to check out this idea!

Materials needed

Make a lattice pattern with your tape on top of your bowl.

Insert your greenery around the outside of your bowl.

Use lots of greenery for complete fullness.

Add your flowers to the middle area of your bowl. Use the tape to position your flowers exactly where you want them.

If you wish, you can insert your bowl into any basket or tin you like.

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2 questions
  • Ruth
    on Jul 1, 2019

    Has anyone ever done this with scotch tape? Works like a charm

  • Virgie
    on Jul 8, 2019

    I have lots of marbles from when I was a kid I mean Lots would like to know of some projects to do with them any ideas?

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  • Daisy
    on Jul 2, 2020

    One more VERY important thing to do when arranging flowers...something every florist does. All leaves should be stripped off the stems that will be below the water level. Leaves below the water get slimey and cause a build up of bacteria that cause stems to clog so they can't take up water. The water should be changed every two or three days if possible. Also, all flower stems should be cut on an angle before placing in a container. The reason so many fresh flowers wilt is because they aren't getting water. The bottoms of the stems dry up and can't take up water if not put into water very soon after cutting. Need flowers to open more quickly? Cut the stems and put them in very warm water.

  • FreeCycle Cheryl
    on Jul 2, 2020

    This has been a flower arranging method for years, only using the narrow floral tape on the tops of indoor vases so you can't see it.

    • Henriette Hall
      on Jul 4, 2020

      You can get the floral tape she talks about at any craft place or Florist--comes in green and brown--has a bit of stretch to it too.

      Henny Hall

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