Artificial flower arrangements can contribute colour and style to any environment. They last considerably longer than fresh flower arrangements and, with the immense variety of artificial flowers now available, can reflect anyone's taste and any room's style. Assorted artificial flowers are available at many craft supply stores and through online retailers. By selecting inexpensive varieties that appeal to you, you can create attractive, inexpensive artificial flower arrangements.
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Chrysanthemum Vase Arrangement
Many artificial chrysanthemum stems contain several individual flowers, just as actual chrysanthemum stems do. Consequently, they are an economical choice because they feature more blooms and colour per stem. Assemble a bouquet of three to five artificial chrysanthemum stems in a coloured glass vase, which will disguise the generally ragged-looking stems of artificial chrysanthemums. You will have a simple, inexpensive and charming arrangement.
Potted Orchid Arrangement
Select a single artificial orchid stem, such as a phaleonopsis or oncidium. Create an inexpensive arrangement with this single, inexpensive stem by inserting a piece of dry floral foam into a small terracotta pot and pushing the stem of the artificial orchid into the foam. Cover the foam with artificial moss. Your end result will b e an elegant and affordable artificial potted orchid arrangement.
Mixed Gerbera Daisy Arrangement
Select an odd number of artificial gerbera daisy stems. You can have as few as three stems or as many as seven or more. Odd numbers of flowers have more visual appeal in floral arrangements. Choose artificial gerbera daisies in an assortment of colours for a dynamic, cheerful effect. Simply arrange the daisies in a clear glass vase, which will highlight the sleek, graceful, realistic-looking stems of artificial gerbera daisies.
Potted Gerbera Daisy Arrangement
Select three gerbera daisy stems in the same colour. Create an inexpensive arrangement by inserting a piece of dry floral foam into a small terracotta pot and pushing the three artificial daisy stems into the foam. Cover the foam with artificial moss.
Spring Flower Basket Arrangement
Choose five to seven stems of artificial spring flowers, such as tulips, irises or daffodils. Select three to five clusters of artificial greenery, such as leather fern or bear grass; artificial greenery is generally more voluminous and less costly than artificial flowers, making it ideal for creating fuller arrangements. Fill a basket with floral foam. Insert the artificial greenery and then the artificial flowers into the foam, making sure the foam is completely covered. Add artificial moss to help cover the foam if you desire.
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