Are you ready for a spring floral still life floral design? Let's stand still. This arrangement contains tulips and roses in a white container. I tried to make a lanced composition in color and in shape.
Cut the Burning Bush branch into smaller pieces. Make a structure of the parts and make it stable, giving the illusion of a structure standing on its “toes.” Then place the structure on your container like a sculptural piece. Balance it in a beautiful way. Arrange the flowers afterward. This is a moribana ikebana arrangement.
My dream is to have an extraordinarily YouTube channel where people from around the world love to watch floral design videos.
This dream costs a lot of time and energy. But I'm dedicated working on my idea. Holland is the place to go to be inspired by beautiful flowers. I would like to present this virtual inspiration to you. Free, full of beauty and fun.
For this floral design, I used a black moon container. This video is an easy step-by-step tutorial that will teach you how to make a beautiful flower arrangement.
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with flower greetings,
Watch the spring floral design video below:
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Two containers are used in this ikebana arrangement.
The arrangement by Desiree Castelijn effectively combines two containers giving the impression of a totally integrated whole.
I bought the containers by Søstrene Grene. These are just ordinary containers that can be just in daily life and were not specially made for ikebana.
Before I begin to make my arrangement, I let the flowers inspire me.
Used materials in this easy floral design tutorial:
– Adiantum raddianum
– Fritillaria meleagris
– (Dutch) Tulips
– Ranunculus asiaticus ‘Rose'
– Myrica gale
– Viburnum opulus