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6. Disguising Your Stems
Use large flat leaves such as aspidistra to line a glass vase and disguise your stems. This is helpful if you are using floral foam to assemble your arrangement, or simply want a beautiful and unique look. Don’t be afraid to use faux leaves as they are available year round. Read more here.
7. Bubble Skirt
Floating flowers are a fun way to decorate for special occasions, or to simply create something different for your dining room table. Most flowers float pretty well on their own until they start to pool with water and slowly sink. For a longer lasting centerpiece, use bubble wrap to make little skirts for your flowers. Check out the details here.
8. Tower of Flowers
Create this impressive tower of flowers with just a few varying sized pots and your choice of flowers or herbs! This is perfect for a patio or deck that is in need of something prominent and high for a large corner or section in need of disguise. Read the full instructions here.