🌹Roses are red… and make a beautiful blooming bouquet!
Today I am sharing an easy tutorial on a unique blooming bouquet, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
With the help of three products you can take your Valentine’s breath away with this beautiful floral centerpiece.
What You Need:
~Start with a condiment or utility caddy of your choice. I found this amazing black and white striped metal utility caddy at target. It matches my home perfectly.
Depending on your desired floral centerpiece size you can select a 2, 3, 4 or 6-slot caddy of your choice.
Here are a few of my favorite caddy options: Hammered Tin Utensil Caddy / Wire Caddy / Wooden Caddy / 2-Slot Caddy / 3-Slot Caddy / Rustic Wood and Metal Caddy / 4-Slot Caddy
~You will also need a 6-pack of glass milk jars.
~A bouquet of blooms. Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner I selected a dozen roses. But feel free to get creative. If you can’t have real flowers in your home, I recommend the artificial florals in the craft stores.
How To Create Your Blooming Bouquet:
Fill each jar 3/4 full with water and place the glass jars back into the caddy. *To make the flowers last longer, split the flower food that you receive with the blooms into each jar.*
Cut each rose bloom to fit into the glass milk jars. I bought a dozen roses so that I could put 2 roses into each jar.
Place all of your blooms into the jars and ta-da! A beautiful blooming bouquet!
If you are not a rose lover feel free to use any flower you like. I also tried an inexpensive bouquet filler and it made a stunning option. I might make this a regular bouquet centerpiece for my countertop.
BONUS BLOOM IDEA: If you would like to gift a small bloom to someone special get a single Mason jar with a lid and straw and set the straw to the side. Instead place one or two blooms into the straw-hole for a sweet little bouquet. Wrap a cute ribbon around the neck and a personalized label to gift it to someone you love.
Which caddy is your favorite? I can’t wait to hear which one you select!
Happy blooming bouquets!
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I love this! So so cute! Great job
Thank you Eryka!
this looks so simple yet so pretty! i always pick up fresh flowers when i go grocery shopping. now i have to try this!
This would be perfect for you!
this is such an amazing idea girl! I love that i have all of these things, i just need flowers, and then i can make my own!
Then you are absolutely ready! It is a really fun way to get creative!
This is wonderful, I’m so doing this with my leftover Valentine’s Day flowers!
It is perfect for that!
So pretty! I want this on my table!
Thank you Stephanie! Such a compliment coming from you!