Fantastic Bouquets from Grocery Store Blooms Tutorial

Fantastic Bouquets from Grocery Store Blooms Tutorial

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About the Fantastic Bouquets from Grocery Store Blooms Tutorial

Share joy with unique and personal bouquets perfect for giving, made from unassuming flowers and found greenery.

Materials for 3 Bouquets

- Four or more sleeves of flowers. I used carnations in two colors, mini-carnations, alstroemeria, and fluffy greens.

- Fern fronds, small branches, and other wild greenery roughly 10 inches / 25 cm - 12 inches / 30 cm long. If you have a yard, start there! If not, walk around your neighborhood and see what you can find. Look for a mix of leaf shapes, colors, and textures. Don't take too many stems from one plant.

- Paper or craft scissors

- Floral shears or garden shears.

- 3 paper towels

- Paper to wrap your bouquets. Butcher paper, newspaper, or baking parchment all work.

- Rubber bands and cellophane. Both these items can usually be harvested from the sleeves or flowers.

- String, ribbon, or twine - approx. 1 yard / meter for 3 bouquets.