Fast Blooms in 3 steps

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I’m brightening up my home with some flowers to beat the winter blues; and the best way to do it: 10 bucks and grocery-found flowers. Check out the post for tips on throwing together a bright bouquet in under 5 minutes…

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I’m no floral stylist, but I know how to make several bucks and a cellophane bouquet work for me. Want to try yourself? These steps will help you style in no time flat:

Step 1: Balance, don’t perfect
Pick 1 or 2 big blooms, stuff it on one side and balance them with mini textured flowers on the other. The combo will look chic and fresh.

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Step 2: Don’t mix stems
Don’t over-mix or perfectly distribute your flowers. Keep them grouped by flower type for a decidedly un-grocery look ; )

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Step 3: Fast is key
Cut it, stuff it in a vase and move on! The less you move your flowers around, the fresher the effect will be…

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Materials: Stock Flower | Alstroemeria | Stargazer Lily

 

2 Comments on Fast Blooms in 3 steps

  1. Karrie
    March 29, 2016 at 11:28 pm (2 years ago)

    Simply lovely! I really like the idea of not mixing the flowers, gave the arrangement a very unexpected posh look!

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    • Kelli Hall
      March 30, 2016 at 5:55 pm (2 years ago)

      Thank you Karrie!

      Reply

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