Monday, March 22, 2010

DIY Lime & Babies Breath Floral

Because these floral arrangements were such a hit, and because I have received many emails asking for assistance in re-creating them, I thought, hmmmm... why not do a pic tutorial!

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Pretty Ribbon
Glass Vase from Michaels Craft Store
Double Sided Tape
About 5 Limes
4-5 Bunches of Babies Breath

Now go makes some pretty florals for your next event! Happy Monday...

Special Notes: When you start adding the babies breath, it will not look good... as displayed in the third to last pic! You MUST add at least 4 large bunches of babies breath to get a big puffy cloud of white look.

Please be sure to fill the vase with water and flower food prior to adding babies breath!

P.S. Sorry I didnt get a great shot for the final look, its rainy and icky out and my pics were not looking to hot!

P.P.S. Please feel free to comment with questions and I will answer in this post!

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20 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness that arrangement is fabulous!! So cheery and pretty!

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  2. Baby's Breath, takes my breath! This is too cute!

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  3. How tall of a vase is it? I would love to make it! Does it need to be a round vase or can you use a square vase?

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  4. Looks gorgeous, thanks for the tutorial :)

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  5. Jackie- the vase can be any size, the taller the vase- the more limes needed. a square vase would work just fine!

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  6. Love this! I'm definitely using this idea this summer!

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  7. Oooh, i love love loooooove your arrangement! Baby's Breath is so so sweet. This way it looks even sweeter! True true, eye candy, love it!
    Have a lovely week! xo

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  8. Could you get any cuter??? I love this centerpiece idea!!!!

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  9. THANKS for all the sweet comments! Hopefully you are all able to use this tutorial towards your own arrangements...

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  10. Omgoodness - it looks AMAZING!
    How long will this be able to sit on my table? I love it!!
    And thank you so much for the tutorial!

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  11. So cute! Thanks for the info! Perfect for my Easter table!!

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  12. Ams- It really depends on how fresh the flowers are, but I would say a good 4 days at least!

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  13. Thanks for sharing the 411...it's adorable!

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  14. Oh! I forgot to mention earlier, I left you an award at my place :)

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  15. I love how sweet and simple it is! Great job.

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  16. So sweet and simple!
    And very cost effective... I did this for my wedding and they were so pretty.

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  17. Thanks for this great and easy centerpiece! I will use it for my sister's baby shower :)

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  18. Que ideia! Maravilhoso o arranjo! Adorei! Linda sugestão para um almoço no jardim!

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Thanks for leaving some sweet PBD love!