Ok, so now I'm becoming obsessed with flower arrangements. I got my feet wet a few weeks ago and now I'm hooked. My husband is wondering if I've opened a florist shop out of the house?! If you missed my last (and first ever) flower arrangement, you can check that post HERE. Today I'm going to show you how I made a ombre arrangement using roses in shades of pink.
First of all, you have to see this haul I got from Goodwill. These little beauties will be perfect for all my arrangements and I got them all for $8.
Start by soaking your wet foam flower ball until fully absorbed.
Cut your flower stems down to about 2 inches.
Begin putting your flowers into the foam and creating a row. As you can see, I messed up and had to redo my row, but the flowers are easy to pull in and out of the foam to make changes.
After the first row, I started a second row of darker and smaller pink roses.
Finish it off by filling in the middle with your lightest pink.
I am completely smitten with this one!
It lasted about one week which is longer than roses last in a vase for me. Just add a little water to your foam ball every day to keep it moist!
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