The basis of any artificial flower arrangement is greenery, and it should be placed in such a way that it hides the bottom of the container. Arrange artificial flowers by starting with the biggest flowers first with help from a florist in this free video on flower arrangements.
Hi! I'm Karen Rodowicz, owner of JK Flowers and I'm here to show you how to make an artificial flower arrangement. The first thing you want to start off with is your greens 'cos that's the basis of any arrangement, whether it be silk, artificial or fresh. So, I'm working here with a floral form, made specifically for artificial flowers and I'm putting my greenery in. I also have some Spanish moss here that I'm going to place on the bottom, around the container, to just hide the floral foam on the bottom. Once I get all my greenery in, I then can start with my flowers. I start with the bigger flowers first and I put them in my places. I then will place in my filler flowers and when you're done, you fill in all the flowers 'til it's full and you're happy with the arrangement. You can place as many or as little flowers as you like and when you're finished, it'll look something like this. I hope that was helpful, Karen Rodowicz, JK Flowers.
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