Hi and welcome back to another episode ofan Appealing Plan by Krayl Funch.
I'm Krayl and today we are at the worktable and we'regoing to be putting together a pink floral display, which is perfect for a pink-themedparty or a Valentine celebration.
So for this arrangement, I went ahead andI got some really beautiful pink colors in the flowers.
So a little variety in the texture,the height, and how the flowers will drape.
Some of them will be real tall, as the Stockwill be, the Tulips will lean over a little bit.
These Gerbers are so pretty.
I just lovethe little petals on them.
They really add that little touch of green and pink.
And thenthese Wax flowers, which aren't a true pink, but they lean close enough and I love, again,the different textures almost very similar to Rosemary in the leaf structure.
So I'm going to go ahead and start the flower display.
You're just going to pick a vesselthat you would like to use, that you think will contain all of your items.
I'm goingto start with the stock.
You can use kitchen scissors; you can use garden shears; whateverworks best for you.
So we are going to go ahead and start to clipthose down.
You want to start clipping them about the same height.
Once one is in, I liketo use that as my measurement guide.
When I do flower arrangements, I really justlike to let the flowers dictate the feel of the entire arrangement.
Rather than tryingto make it too structured, I let the flowers and how they end up sitting and hanging dictate.
So once we have the amount of the stock that we want in there that's going to give us thestructure and the height in our arrangement, we're going to go ahead and move on to thenext flower.
I think these Gerberas will do nicely in there, so that's good.
We're goingto go ahead and again, trim those about the same height, or you can vary them.
It justdepends upon the look that you are going for.
For this one, I'm going to do a little bitof variety and height and just place those around inside.
I love these.
These littlebeautiful petals are so pretty.
Now you can go back and kind of fix this asyou go along, but that's a good start.
Then I think I'm going to add in some of this waxflower.
I'm not exactly sure why they call it a wax flower, but as I said, I love itbecause it reminds me of Rosemary.
Anytime you're doing a floral arrangement,you want to try and remove the bottom portion of all of the leaves on the stem, becausethat's actually what causes the water to start to smell.
That's not pleasant, so try to trimthem back a little bit.
What I will use these for, because these have quite a vigorous stempattern; you can use those for smaller vases.
So I will get some structure in there andthen these can be placed into a smaller, shorter arrangement, which is also the leaves fromthe stock.
Make sure that you do rotate your arrangementso you can see it from all sides and see where there's maybe missing a flower or two or there'sa gap so you can fill those in.
Again, it's just a matter of the style.
This is a littlebit more natural almost wildflower-esc.
There you go.
I think this looks great.
I'mgoing to go ahead and put a little bit more water in it and then put it on my table fortonight.
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We'll seeyou on the next episode of An Appealing Plan by Krayl Funch.