How To Turn An Ordinary Orchid Plant Into A Stunning Work Of Art

Last Updated on May 6, 2021

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Learn The Secrets To Turning An Ordinary Orchid Plant Into A Stunning Work Of Art

Wow! Sometimes simplicity rules the day. I really like this video showing you how easy it is to turn an ordinary orchid plant into a stunning work of art.

If you seriously looking to add simple, yet innovative ideas to your floral design arsenal, or maybe just looking to create an exciting design for your own home, this video is for you.

It walks you through how to take a phalaenopsis orchid plant and dress it up with a modern, upscale look.

It’s a video I think you’re going to really get something out of, especially if you are a die-hard orchid plant enthusiast. Watch and see if you feel the same.

Ready To Give This A Try?

Well, did you like the video? I truly hope so, and can’t wait to give this a shot yourself!

The beauty of this technique is that it can be easily replicated with all types of orchid plants and other seasonal design materials.

Just think how easily you can create gorgeous orchid plant designs like this, by following the basic steps outlined in the video.

When you think about it, the possibilities are only limited by your imagination.

Where To Find The Materials You’ll Need

And while we’re on the topic, the materials used in this video, including the Monaco vase, wire and water cubes can readily be purchased online.

Use can use any type of stakes to support the orchid plant. I’ve used painted PVC pipe, river cane, copper tubes, and galvanized plumbing pipe. whatever looked best with the container I was using.

You can find top quality orchid plants nearly everywhere these days, from big box stores to local flower shops, so just find one you like and you’ll be good to go.

If you want to use a silk orchid plant, you can find an outstanding selection online at NearlyNatural, or at craft sites such as Hobby Lobby and Michaels, or by ordering them through your local florist.

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Hi, this is Greg Johnson, the person behind this website, and sharing awesome floral tutorials is the main reason why I’ve created this resource. That’s it! That’s all.

Alright, here comes the big ol’ “but”…

So look, before we even begin, an admission is in order. The main reason this site exists is a selfish one. You see, I watch a lot of floral design videos (like the orchid plant presentation you just enjoyed), and I honestly just wanted a place where I could re-watch and share all of my favorites under one roof.

I also know a good opportunity when I see one. Why lie?

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If my sponsors happen to entice you with their offers, cool! If this isn’t the case, then all’s still well. I just appreciate your readership, and the opportunity to share some cool floral design tutorials with you!

And that’s the purpose that this site serves. It’s pretty much a place for like-minded people to come together and watch videos about innovative floral design ideas.

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