They say flowers, allow your home and life to bloom with new things. Here is a quick DIY with a little St. Patrick’s Day theme.
1. I prepare my flowers by cutting the bottom tips and remove the leaves. 2. I then create a mock sample of what I want the flower bouquet to look like, I remove it, and save it on the side. 3. I chose to use General Mills Lucky Charms for this arrangement. 4. I place plastic wrap on the top of the small vase to help pour the lucky charms only into the large vase. 5. Once I completed pouring the lucky charms into the large vase, I then place my premade bouquet into the base and add water and flower food. 6. I then arrange the flowers with a bit of love, and then they’re all set.
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