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How to make a centerpiece.

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This spring centerpiece is sure to be a hit at your next dinner party.  
 
Please study our basic designs and swag instructions before starting this project.
  
You will need to click on pictures for larger view in order to follow the instructions.

Supplies:
Container
5 - Pink Roses
2 - Stems Mini Pink Carnations
2 - Stems Mini White Carnations
1 - Stem Million Dollar Gyp
1 - Stem White Monticacino
1 - Stem Misty Blue
1 - Stem Emerald or Palm Leaf
1 - Stem Boxwood
2 - Clippings of Willow
 

It is important you view the lines in the first left side photo to understand how this bouquet is started.  If you have arranged swags, you will follow these instructions easier.  Also, as I have instructed in other bouquets, always cut your foam higher than the container in order to insert your products correctly.  See drawings at the right.

 

We use the white monticacino on one end and willow which has been formed in a loop on the other end.  This forms the oblong red line.  We use boxwood to form the yellow line.  We cut the emerald or palm leaf and formed the lime green line.  (Remember to angle all products towards the middle.  Also rose leaves are used to cover foam around monticacino and willow.
 
You will also want to remember that centerpieces need to look good from the top as well as the sides.
 

Begin by inserting pink roses on one side, placing roses where they are seen from both sides.  Cut mini pink carnations and place on opposite end of bouquet.  

Next in order to draw eyes into the bouquet, we placed million star gyp close to base around roses.  We also place white mini carnations close to base or foam around the mini pink carnations.  Remember angle all flowers towards the middle.
  

We used misty blue in a line following the lime green line above.  This was just to add to the design.  We also clipped another piece of willow and added in a loop to the middle.
  

    

 

 

 

 

    

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