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.

Bouquet Tales

Step 1

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.

Step 2

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.

Step 3

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.

Step 4

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.

Step 5

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.

Step 6

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.

Step 7

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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