Best flowers for Valentine's to decorate with on a cheap budget

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What are the best flowers to decorate with for Valentine's on a cheap budget?
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  • Valerie Jennison Valerie Jennison on Feb 03, 2016
    Go to Muchaeks- they're flowers are usually buty one get one free- or use they're coupons! Walmart also sells bunches for about $5.. Then paint a mason jar red add a pretty ribbon- and u have a beautiful Valentine's Day arrangement!

  • Valerie Jennison Valerie Jennison on Feb 03, 2016
    Oops that was Michaels ! Lol

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Feb 03, 2016
    Dollar stores have artificial flowers and vases

  • Susan Rutter Susan Rutter on Feb 03, 2016
    I have gone to the Dollar Store where I was amazed at all the different flowers they have there. Because Valentine is around the corner I am sure you will find flowers displayed there.

  • Susan Rutter Susan Rutter on Feb 03, 2016
    Michels also has senior day on Tuesday. This might help depending which flowers you purchase.

  • MN Mom MN Mom on Feb 03, 2016
    Hi Yolanda As a former floral designer I highly recommend alstroemerias. They are part of the lily family and have a small, delicate looking flower and beautiful leafy stems. They come in loads of colors (many shades of red and pink) and last several weeks after being cut. They are a lovely choice and are quite inexpensive compared to traditional Valentine choices such as roses. Best wishes!

  • MN Mom MN Mom on Feb 03, 2016
    If you want artificial flowers then yes, try a dollar store or Michael's. I thought you were looking for real flowers. Good Luck!

  • Marie Forlano Papa Marie Forlano Papa on Feb 03, 2016
    If you want real flowers, carnations are the way to go. They can last up to 3 weeks if you care for them correctly! You can mix both live and faux flowers in an arrangement also.

  • Yolanda Beo Yolanda Beo on Feb 03, 2016
    Will send a pic later

  • Nancee Nancee on Feb 03, 2016
    Another real flower that's inexpensive is carnations. They last a long time too.

  • CK CK on Feb 03, 2016
    Red, pink and white carnations, hands down. Carnations can be dyed (even at home) to any color you can get in food coloring. Roses are special but usually don't last as long as carnations....the 'every man's, every day" flower :-)

  • Yolanda Beo Yolanda Beo on Feb 03, 2016
    Hands down it's going to be carnations (red)

  • Yolanda Beo Yolanda Beo on Feb 03, 2016
    Hands down it's going to be carnations (red),thanks for the idea