DIY Summer Flower Arrangement

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While on a road trip with my DH this week I picked up some clearanced (70% off) flowers and vases at Michaels in Flint, MI. Last night I put together two flower arrangements while we sat around the table and chatted at my DD and SIL's house.
 20 minutes, tops.
Really, it was that easy.
Summer Floral Arrangement {Love My DIY Home)
For this vase, I just stuck them in after cutting them at the proper length.
Summer Floral Arrangement {Love My DIY Home)
For the second vase I cut some foam and pushed it down to the bottom so it was secure.

Summer Floral Arrangement {Love My DIY Home)

Summer Floral Arrangement {Love My DIY Home)

I cut more flowers and arranged them, bending down the bottom few and filling in the bare spots.

It was that easy.

Summer Floral Arrangement {Love My DIY Home)


Here's something comparable at Target for $19.99. Mine cost $2.50 for the vase, 50 cents for the foam and about $3.00 for the flowers.

Target floral arrangement

Not only was it cheaper; I like mine better.

Summer Floral Arrangement {Love My DIY Home)

If you DIY, you can pick the price, the colors and style to fit into your decor. And, if you get tired of it, take it apart and remake it to suit your need. There is a great feeling of accomplishment when you create something. 
I highly recommend it.
Here are a couple of other floral arrangements:
Do you decorate with flowers?

5 thoughts on “DIY Summer Flower Arrangement

  1. Very beautiful summer flower arrangement. I would love it if you joined and contribute your awesome posts at my link party at City of Creative Dreams, starts on Fridays 😀 Hope to see you there at City of Creative Dreams Link Party. 

  2. Thank you for sharing this post at City of Creative Dream's City of Links last Friday! I appreciate you taking the time to party with me. Hope to see you again this week 🙂

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