In our newest design video, Shean takes you through his steps on how to create a floating floral installation. Using pipe bases, copper pipes, zip ties, and chicken wire, Shean starts building the base of the flower arch by using some heavier branches and greens. After he has a foundation started, Shean adds the monochromatic floral elements to the arbor filled with depth and movement. Get great tips about working with texture, how to make cleanup easier, and a new take on manipulating carnations for a different look. After watching the video, keep on scrolling to view all of the amazing photos of the design.
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Oak Leaves Explosion Grass Bunnytail Grass Putumayo Carnation Papyrus (or use Willow Euc for a similar effect) Foraged branches (could use Curly Willow as the base or 5 ft Bay Laurel)