What you need:
- 10 large Pink Gerber Daisies cut 7 - 8 inches
- 1/3 bunch Pink Wax Flowers cut 8 - 9 inches
- 1 Fabric covered Mason Jar (For instructions: http://www.floristinyou.com/fabric-covered-mason-jars
Stripper tool ( or you can use your fingers)
Rated: Easy Arrangement
This arrangement has a fresh look and is easy. You can make more than one arrangement and can vary the fabric on the jars and the color of the Gerber Daisies to add variety. This makes a very pretty little jar of flowers to greet someone with or a fun centerpiece.
The Gerber Daisy is native to the tropical parts of South America, Africa, and Asia, and comes in different sizes and colors. The head of the Gerber Daisy is made of hundreds of little flowers. Who knew! The Wax Flower, used as a filler, is native to southwest Western Australia. Wax flowers have five petals, ten stamens, and small round fruit. Wax flower makes a great filler flower.
OK, enough with the botany, are you ready to make this little arrangement? Remember, the instructions for the fabric covered jar can be found here:http://www.floristinyou.com/fabric-covered-mason-jars