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DIY | Glamourous flowers for the Holidays

In this video, you were able to catch a glimps of the stunning rose mix 'Glances of Glamour'. Warming, festive and lush: this mix is your go-to product for the last few months of the year. Would you like to create a similar bouquet yourself? Try this DIY to get your started.

  • Glances of Glamour
  • Pepper Berry (dyed) Aubergine
  • Hellebores Queens Red
  • PG Cumosum
  • PG Paranomus Reflexus
  • Scabiosa Red Velvet Scoop
  • Eucalyptus Populus
  • Soft Ruscus
  • Calla Sumatra
  • Rustic footed bowl (available in the webshop)

The great thing about this rose mix is that it's perfect for making up arrangements but also look stunning in individual bud vases, says designer Tiffany: 'We really wanted to create a head-turner for this DIY. Something that will be the centre of attention on the dinner table or dresser. That's why we opted for a footed bowl.'

‘The glamourous look is created with the combination of products. The design was made up more to the sides and not perfectly round. This will give it a more dramatic effect.’ Another key tip: “make sure that all the flowers you’re using are beautifully open.”

Are you excited about this design? Ask your salesperson for more information or check out the availability in the webshop. Find more inspiration about ‘Glances of Glamour’ on this page.

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