How to Make a Christmas Floral Arrangement in a Gift Bag

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A floral arrangement is an excellent hostess, teacher, thank you or last minute Christmas gift. Make it even more special by using a decorative gift bag for the container. Consider putting together several of these inexpensive silk arrangements to have on hand for the Christmas season.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Floral foam
  • Container
  • 6-inch gift bag
  • Silk poinsettia
  • Silk roses or other flowers
  • Wire cutters
  • Scissors
  • Metallic chenille stems (optional)
  • Pine cones on wire (optional)
  • Ornaments (optional)
  • Bow (optional)

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Prepare foam in a plastic container that will fit into the bag you have chosen. Set down into bag.

    How to Make a Christmas Floral Arrangement in a Gift Bag
  2. 2

    Cut up a bush or several stems of small poinsettia silk flowers. Insert stems into the foam around the entire area.

    How to Make a Christmas Floral Arrangement in a Gift Bag
  3. 3

    Cut up a small rose bush or other complementary flower. Start by placing 3 blossoms at a time into the arrangement.

    How to Make a Christmas Floral Arrangement in a Gift Bag
  4. 4

    Continue adding flowers to fill in the arrangement to the desired effect. Add a metallic chenille stem and coil it for a decorative touch. Add a few into the foam.

    How to Make a Christmas Floral Arrangement in a Gift Bag
  5. 5

    Add small pine cones that are attached to wired sticks, tiny ornaments and a bow if desired.

Tips and warnings

  • Make sure the flowers are not too large so the bag does not tip over.
  • You can also use this method to make a fresh floral arrangement for a buffet table.

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