Here’s How To Create A Frightfully Fun Halloween Floral Arrangement Your Party Guests Will Love
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It’s that time of the year – time for a cool Halloween floral arrangement how-to video from event florist Eddie Zaratsian.
If you want to learn how to make a frightfully cool Halloween floral arrangement, you’re gonna love this video!
It walks you through how to create a scary good skull and bones Halloween arrangement, even if you have never tried before.
Whether you are a seasoned pro or newbie designer, this short tutorial lays all the mechanics out and is super-easy to follow.
It’s a video I think you’re going to really enjoy, especially if you love decorating for Halloween like I do. Watch it and see if you agree.
Cool, yeah? I thought you’d like it! And I’m willing to bet you can’t wait to give it a shot either!
On a side note, think about how quickly and easily you can create arrangements like this one for any occasion, by following the same framework.
Where to source what you’ll need
Fortunately, finding everything you need is easy. All of the materials and tools used to create this Halloween floral arrangement, including the floral foam, Spanish moss, cellophane, wood stakes and the glue gun and glue sticks can readily be found online.
You can find the bag of skull and bones used in the video on Amazon.
Don’t forget about Dollar Tree, too! It’s one of my favorite places to find Halloween items to include in floral arrangements and decor.
To do an arrangement like this one, you only need a few roses, some branches, and foliage. Plum branches are used in the video, but you could also use foliage like cotinus or “Smoke bush”.
Check with your local florist. They should be able to get you a bunch. I’d also get the roses from them at the same time.
A short hike in your area should net you all the branches you’ll need.
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