- 1 Square or rectangle clear vase
- Label Printing Paper
- Sticky Dots
- 1 Rubber Band
- Floral Scissors
Wrap ribbon around the vase and apply with sticky dots. For our vase, we used a white ribbon and then a thinner pink ribbon on top to give it a layered look.
Create and print your favorite perfume label on a shipping label. You can get creative and customize it for any event.
Clean the leaves off of the part of the stems that will fall below the water line. Start creating your bouquet by gathering the lateral flowers (stock, spray carns and treefern in our case).
Next, add your roses and primary focal to your arrangement.
Cut your stems to 1 ½ the length of the vase. Remember, you can always cut the stems shorter, so if you’re not sure, cut them longer rather than shorter and keep cutting until the length is just right!
Secure your arrangement with a rubber band.
Place flowers in the vase and enjoy! Remember to cut the stems and change the water every other day to get the maximum vase life on your flowers.