Flower Vases Ideas

May 6th

Flower vases – Flowers arranged in tin vases make attractive centerpieces for a garden wedding reception or an outdoor barbecue or picnic. You can buy small tin vases from a craft store and either leave them plain, paint them with spray paint or decorate them with Stenciled trim. You can use silk flowers, but fresh flowers from your garden or cheap flowers from a florist can be cheaper.

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Attach plastic container inside the tin vessel. Tin pails are not always watertight, so the plastic liner to prevent leakage. You can recycle yogurt and Keno containers that your liner. Cut two 1 foot long sections of raffia or ribbon. Use ribbon or raffia to tie a bow around the handle of the pail on each side, where it intersects with the flower vases.

Gather your flowers in a loose mass in his hand. Trim the stems so that the flowers will be 1 or 2 inches longer than the top of the bucket. Arrange flowers in the flower vases. Strive for a loose, informal agreement, as if you would just collect the flowers from your garden. This will provide enough water to keep the flowers fresh, but you can easily move the vases without spilling water.  Daisies, zinnias, roses and sunflowers make attractive arrangements in tin vases. You can also add greenery such as lemon leaves and asparagus fern.