Bloomtube step by step guide
HOW TO MAKE
In this bouquet, various soft pastel shades are combined with a bright, hard shade of pink. The bigger the contrast between the pastels and the accent colour, the better the effect and the end result.
The shape of this bouquet is a pillar shape, using a parallel bound binding technique. This means that all the stems are bundled right next to each other.
Remove the majority of the leaves of the to be processed flowers. When too much leaf is left on the stems, it becomes increasingly difficult to create a nice, compact pillar shape.
Out of a roll of twine with a core of wire, cut pieces of approximately 20 cm. With these wires the stems can be bound.
Take two Prunes branches and tie these together with the paper twine. Make sure that the side branches are processed in a playful and spatial manner.
Place a rose against the Prunes branches. Do the same for other types of flowers. Make sure there is a proper dividing of colours and types. Bind this bundle with a paper twine.
By processing the flowers increasingly shorter, a flowery pillar of floral material arises. Finish with a Hydrangea flower and the leaf of an Anthurium. Bind the whole at two to three positions. Now there’s an upright bundling of stems.
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