Holiday Centerpiece using miniature roses
Clip off your stemsBefore placing your blooms in water, cut the bottom of the stem 1-2 inches from the cut. You will also want to remove any of the leaves that may be submerged or covered in water once the flowers are in the vase.
Fill your vase with water and.... glass or rocksIn addition to filling my vase with water ( at room temperature) , I also place colored glass or rocks in my glass vessel. The colored glass adds a bit of interest and color and often times conceals or distracts from spent bloom stems.
Place flowers in vase at a diagonal.Take each stem and place in the vase at a diagonal. This helps to stagger the height of your stems. Make sure that everything is removed from the stem.
Add your fillersOnce your flowers are placed in the vase, now it' time to add fillers and other greens throughout the arrangement. I added some evergreen cuttings and other leafy clippings for festive holiday look. There are a number of things you could add as a filler for a holiday centerpiece. Sticks, ornaments, and even other blooms. I wanted something simple so I only chose the evergreen and a few other greens. Four steps to a beautiful Holiday Centerpiece using miniature roses. Now your centerpiece is ready for your table and for everyone to enjoy it. If you like red, then you will like this fun centerpiece with candy canes and roses that I did last year. What are your favorite floral centerpiece ideas for the holidays. Tell me in the comments. Happy Holidays from Duke Manor Farm! Click on the other links for more holiday inspiration. Artsy Chick Rule Restoration Redoux Our Southern Home Refresh Restyle For more of my holiday inspiration, projects and holiday home tours click here.
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