Use stripes of all colors and sizes to jazz up your displays
Trends from the fashion world often filter down and become trends in the floral
world, and stripes are a perfect example. A colorful grid is formed by adhering
electrical tape around and over the top of the vase, creating vertical stripes
on the sides of the container. By overlapping some lengths of tape, stripes of
varying widths are created, and when combined with light-hearted blooms such as
Gerberas, striped designs become happy reminders of how festivity never goes out
of style, while the soft Freesias and more unusual pincushions (Leucospermums)
add visual interest and texture.
Square Vase from Syndicate
Sales; Freesias, Gerberas, Leucospermums and electrical tape from favorite
suppliers; Stylin’ Mom Purse SuperShape™ from Anagram International Inc.; Pink
Rendez Stripe wrapping paper (SAP2882) from Nashville Wraps, LLC; clay vases
(978580) from Flowers, Inc. Balloons.
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