Artificial Flowers. Sunday , July 29th , 2018 - 14:21:39 PM
Trading with a great variety of artificial flowers, made from cloth, foam, paper has produced a great increase to the flower merchants in recent days. These flowers are made with paper, cloth and foam. Being smaller in size, approximately 10-20 cm, they are used for many occasions such as decoration on dresses, hairclips, and broach. Other such popular flowers are the Tissue flowers which are made with natural fibres based upon cellulose. Similarly, Artificial fabric flowers are made by artificial or natural yarn which provides the natural flexibility to the flower made. With these popular artificial flowers now in the market, people can even make their home to look like a garden!
A flexible and endearing art, floral arrangements adapt to a very personal approach or a chic, florist exercise. On the broadest of terms, floral artwork is for outdoor, indoor or personal human adornment. Perhaps the most readily accessible of decorative matter, flowers can adorn a crib, a crypt, banquet or boardroom with perfect ease and appropriateness. Flower styles can be European, Asian, country-style, tropical exotica or individual picks and flicks.
When making a bouquet you need a floral foam and a vase, and thats all from the fancy craft world! You can even make a vase, container on your own, out of a clay if you have the fingers for it, paint it even. So, grab some colored or non colored paper (this one you can paint later), stem wires, and tape. You will then simply attach the hard candy with its top to the stem, with the tape. You may attach 9-12 of them along the stem (candies are leaves). And, you have your flower stems! The flowers you make by cutting circles out of that colored paper thing and sticking trough the center of it a stem wire with an attached chocolate candy on top of it. This way the chocolate bonbon plays the center of the flower and the circle plays the petals. So you have your flowers.
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