How To Make Entryway Floral Arrangements

By JOANN

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ITEM # 04016720P11

How To Make Entryway Floral Arrangements

By JOANN

ITEM # 04016720P11
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Crafting Time:
Over 5 Hours
Skill Level:
Intermediate

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • 2 large galvanized bucket containers with handles
  • 12 bricks floral foam
  • Wire cutters
  • Floral tape
  • Hot glue gun/glue gun sticks
  • 2 Hydrangea Green spray 26"
  • 6 peach Cabbage Rose stems
  • 2 white Cabbage Rose stems
  • 2 pink Cabbage Rose stems
  • 4 peach Hydrangea bushes
  • 2 green hydrangea bushes
  • 12 small cabbage rose bushes
  • 2 light pink hanging berry bushes
  • 2 white Peony stems
  • 12 Eucalyptus stems
  • 2 pink/cream Hydrangea sprays

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Hot glue the first piece of foam to the bottom of the bucket. Begin to fill in and around the first piece of foam with more foam, attaching it with hot glue, as you fill in. Continue filling in the bucket with foam until you reach the top. The floral foam should extend over the edge of the bucket by about a 1/2" or so.
  2. Separate the floral into two equal piles for each bucket.
  3. Face the front of the two buckets toward you. These are one-sided arrangements.
  4. Begin inserting the larger floral blooms first. Then continue adding the smaller floral to accent the larger floral blooms until desired shape and look is achieved.
  5. Insert the Eucalyptus greens throughout the arrangement.
  6. Once desired look is achieved, turn the arrangement around and cover the back side with any left-over greenery to hide the foam.

Craft Hack Tips and Tricks:

  • When cutting the foam at the top of the bucket, press the foam down a tad onto the bucket to form a line. Use this line to cut the foam to size to get a nice tight fit at the top of the bucket.
  • Work side by side at the same time arranging the floral stems so that they match.
  • Be sure to use all the greenery from the floral stems in the arrangements as it adds a natural look.
  • If some of the stems are too short for these large arrangements, add a piece of stem from leftover floral or previously trimmed floral to the short stem and attach it using floral tape.

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:


DIRECTIONS:

  1. Hot glue the first piece of foam to the bottom of the bucket. Begin to fill in and around the first piece of foam with more foam, attaching it with hot glue, as you fill in. Continue filling in the bucket with foam until you reach the top. The floral foam should extend over the edge of the bucket by about a 1/2" or so.
  2. Separate the floral into two equal piles for each bucket.
  3. Face the front of the two buckets toward you. These are one-sided arrangements.
  4. Begin inserting the larger floral blooms first. Then continue adding the smaller floral to accent the larger floral blooms until desired shape and look is achieved.
  5. Insert the Eucalyptus greens throughout the arrangement.
  6. Once desired look is achieved, turn the arrangement around and cover the back side with any left-over greenery to hide the foam.

Craft Hack Tips and Tricks: