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HOW TO CREATE A FLOWER CURTAIN - TIPS & TECHNIQUES WITH HITOMI / Episode...

Christina Burton-Fox AIFDfloral artist & instructor

Monday, August 25, 2014

Florists Review Magazine tip of the week




Florists Review Magazine   tip of the week
August 25, 2014

“Beaded” bow

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Hypericum berries make lovely ribbon-like additions to bridal bouquets and other fall flower arrangements.
Thread individual berries onto pieces of thin-gauge wire, and then attach these wires to wood picks and insert them into the arrangement. Before threading the first berry, create a small curved hook at the end of the wire to keep the berries from sliding off.
In the case of the bouquet pictured, four berried wires are curved into the bow’s loops and picked into the bouquet holder, and two berried wires are slightly reflexed to create the bow’s tails.

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