By Anna Kocharian

Published on March 8, 2016

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Tired of the same old, supermarket-wrapped bouquet? When it comes to wrapping florals, we’re all for thinking outside the cellophane. Here, we explore four (easy!) wrap ideas, to help you reinvent the typical bouquet.

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ONE
graphic wrapping paper

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MATERIALS

  • wrapping paper ( we used a 10×10 cut)
  • florals of your choice
  • washi tape
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STEPS

Arrange the florals in a blunt stack, relatively similar in height, and place on the top half of the wrapping paper. Wrap the paper in the shape of a cone around the flower stems and secure with the washi tape.

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TWO
the palm wrap

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MATERIALS

  • split leaf philodendron
  • thick green floral wire
  • long-stemmed florals (the tropical variety strongly encouraged)
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STEPS

Layer the florals on top of the philodendron, so that the stems align.

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 Anchor the two parts with a thick floral wire and wrap around to a desired length.

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THREE
fishing line

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MATERIALS

  • long-stemmed florals
  • fishing line
  • vase
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STEPS

Arrange the flowers in a vase and note where the stems meet the vase. Tie a piece of the fishing line along the flowers at this mark to secure in place for display.

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FOUR
eucalyptus

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MATERIALS

  • eucalyptus
  • ranunculi
  • green floral wire or tape
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STEPS

Wrap the ranunculi with the floral wire or tape, to form the base. 

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Wrap the eucalyptus around the ranunculi, and band the two ends with the floral wire.