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Ikebana Beautiful by Desiree Castelijn - 1M ago

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Examples of flower arrangements with Typha latifolia:

How to make a Modern Floral Design in a Row

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I show you a part of my collection of containers and tell you about differences, and types of arrangements you can use them for. Here’s how to use the right container for your flower arrangement.

Watch the video about my container collection below:

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Video of an arrangement with moon container: https://youtu.be/0ci4mqqodnY
Video of an arrangement with the Mobach container: https://youtu.be/fSRcd_zdwTI
Video with yellow flowers arrangement: https://youtu.be/2upksqnv87E
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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.

Materials:

with flower greetings,
~Désirée

Watch the spring still life floral design video below:

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In this video I make a nageire Ikebana with blossom branches. I used an Italian Carara Marble vase. This is a nageire ikebana arrangement.

Materials:

* Andromedia leaves
* Corylopsis chinensis (Buttercup Winterhazel)
* Tulips ‘lingerie'

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Watch the spring ikebana arrangement video below:

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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.

Used materials:

  • Euonymus alatus (Burning Bush)
  • Rose

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Ikebana Beautiful by Desiree Castelijn - 2M ago

Feel welcome in my flower world!

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.

Why do I cut my flower under water: http://ikebanabeautiful.com/cutting-under-water/

Used basic materials for this floral design:
Moon container
Bar kenzan
Goose eggs

  • Anigozanthos ‘Bush Diamond’ (Kangaroo Paw)
  • Dianthus
  • Rose ‘Susy’
  • Ranunculus asiaticus ‘Ponpon Silente extra'
  • Stachyurus praecox
  • Andromedia leaves

Can you give me your opinion about the length of my videos in the comments below. Do you think this length is ok or do you like to watch longer videos with more in-depth info? Please give me your thoughts.

with flower greetings,
~Désirée

Watch the spring floral design video below:

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Ready for flower therapy?
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

Watch the spring arrangement video below:

If you love watching (flower) videos online, I will invite you to my YouTube channel. Tune in each week to Ikebana Beautiful to learn more about the arts of flower arranging.

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