How To Make a Fall Floral Table Arrangement

By JOANN

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ITEM # 17017260P31

How To Make a Fall Floral Table Arrangement

By JOANN

ITEM # 17017260P31
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Crafting Time:
Varies
Skill Level:
Intermediate

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • 12" Rectangular Wood Planter
  • 2 Dry Floral Foam Blocks, 2 5/8” x 3 1/2" x 7 7/8”
  • Knife to cut foam
  • Wire Cutters
  • Dahlia Rose Bush, Cream, 1
  • Dahlia Bush, Pink, 1
  • Peony Rose Bush, 1
  • Rose Bush, Roseberry, 1
  • Thistle Leaves Greenbush Succulents, 1
  • Cosmos Bush, Red, 1
  • Multi-Temp Glue Gun
  • Glue Sticks

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Remove the liner from the planter. This will not be used.
  2. Cut one block of foam to 3 3/4" of 7 7/8" length. Place hot glue into the bottom of the planter and set in the full foam block and the cut foam block to fill the space.
  3. Dahlia Rose Bush, Cream: Cut stems to 7" – 8" under flower head. Remove the lower leaves. Locate the large Dahlia just off center, three smaller: one under the large Dahlia, one toward the end of the planter and the other at the same end of the planter facing the other side. Place the two roses facing out the other end of the planter.
  4. Dahlia Bush, Pink and Peony Rose Bush: Cut the stems 6" – 8" under the flower heads. Cluster similar flowers and place stems facing either side of the planter.
  5. Rose Bush, Roseberry and Cosmos Bush, Red: Cut the stems at longest length possible. Add these as fill-in clusters. Have them visible from all sides.
  6. Thistle Leaves Greenbush Succulents: Cut stems at longest length possible and use as accent pieces.
  7. Bend and adjust flower directions and heights to best view each stem.
  8. Adjust leaves to bend around flowers. Trim out individual leaves from large overcrowded clusters.

Craft Hack Tips and Tricks:

  • Add length to the stems by wiring on cut off stem piece.
  • Trim stems as they are placed to vary height.
  • Remove leaves or push the leaves up to the tips of the stems. Leaves may be added back to the arrangement later by using hot glue and attaching to the underside of select flower heads.
  • Press only the stems of the flowers into the floral foam for a secure set.

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:


DIRECTIONS:

  1. Remove the liner from the planter. This will not be used.
  2. Cut one block of foam to 3 3/4" of 7 7/8" length. Place hot glue into the bottom of the planter and set in the full foam block and the cut foam block to fill the space.
  3. Dahlia Rose Bush, Cream: Cut stems to 7" – 8" under flower head. Remove the lower leaves. Locate the large Dahlia just off center, three smaller: one under the large Dahlia, one toward the end of the planter and the other at the same end of the planter facing the other side. Place the two roses facing out the other end of the planter.
  4. Dahlia Bush, Pink and Peony Rose Bush: Cut the stems 6" – 8" under the flower heads. Cluster similar flowers and place stems facing either side of the planter.
  5. Rose Bush, Roseberry and Cosmos Bush, Red: Cut the stems at longest length possible. Add these as fill-in clusters. Have them visible from all sides.
  6. Thistle Leaves Greenbush Succulents: Cut stems at longest length possible and use as accent pieces.
  7. Bend and adjust flower directions and heights to best view each stem.
  8. Adjust leaves to bend around flowers. Trim out individual leaves from large overcrowded clusters.

Craft Hack Tips and Tricks: