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How to Make a Rain Forest Bouquet

Join us as we travel to the Rain Forest with this lush bouquet created with our Desert Oasis pack! See how to create this bouquet step-by-step!

How many flowers do I need to make this bouquet?

  1. 3 stems baby blue eucalyptus
  2. 3 stems white Veronica
  3. 2 stems thistle dynamite
  4. 3 stems yellow tulips
  5. 4 stems circus roses
  6. 4 stems hot pink topaz roses
  7. 2 stems purple statice
  8. 2 stems purple pompon cushions
  9. 3 stems tepee
  10. 2 stems hot pink mini carnations

What floral supplies do I need to make this bouquet?

  1. Pins
  2. Floral tape
  3. Floral wire
  4. Floral scissors

How do I make a Rain Forest Bouquet?

  1. Remove the bottom foliage of the tepee leaving about 8 inches of clean stems.
  2. Layer 3 stems of tepee and secure together with floral tape.
  3. Remove the bottom foliage of the baby blue eucalyptus, leaving about 8 inches of clean stems.
  4. Place 2 stems of baby blue eucalyptus on top of the tepee.
  5. Add 2 stems of the pompon cushion purple.
  6. Place 2 stems of the hot pink mini carnations next.
  7. Add one more stems of the baby blue eucalyptus to balance out the bouquet.
  8. Place 2 stems of roses on top of the previous layer.
  9. Add 2 stems of the purple statice for another element of texture.
  10. Place 1 stem of the thistle dynamite and frame it with additional roses.
  11. Add 2 stems of white Veronica and 3 stems of yellow tulips to the design.
  12. Use floral wire to secure the bouquet.
  13. Wrap the stems with floral tape, covering up the wire.
  14. Using the leftover tepee leaves, wrap them around the stems for a decorative look. Secure it with floral pins. You can even create a bow using the leaves as we have demonstrated.
  15. Enjoy this beautiful tropical presentation bouquet!

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