Martha Stewart

How To Make The Perfect Winter Flower Arrangement

Email sent: Feb 17, 2014 11:14 am
Martha Stewart Living

WINTER ARRANGEMENTS

Sweet fragrances and sunrise colors fill this vase with bright promise for the New Year. Kumquats and limes evoke a tropical getaway, as do lush blossoms of phalaenopsis orchids (available at many supermarkets).

Brighten Up Your Home

FUN WITH FLOWERS

Put a little spring into your solid-toned tablecloths by embellishing them with a bunch of magnet-fitted flowers. Unlike sewn-on accents, the blooms can be changed for each season.

Add a Splash of Color

GO FOR FAUX

A bunch of branches wrapped in seam binding and bedecked with fabric flowers makes a striking alternative to a traditional floral arrangement. Here, we adorned branches with fabric flowers resembling a spray of quince blossoms.

Decorate With Nature

A POP OF COLOR

Our ode to Van Gogh: A deep bowl mounded with a variety of garden sunflowers, along with yarrow, zinnias, goldenrod, and heleniums.

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