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DIY | Easy yet extraordinary

Easy yet extraordinary designs… this DIY from the FlowerTales Magazine ticks all the right boxes. Both the plant as well as the flower are dyed. Have you tried our designer’s technique yet?

Step 1
Wrap the wire lightly around the dyed Echeveria for a playful look.

Step 2
To extend the vase-life of the phalaenopsis, our designer used tea lights: dip the ends of the blooms in the liquid wax. ‘It will lock the water in the stem and prevent it from evaporating extending the vase-life of the flower without extra watering’. Other types of wax are also suitable for this technique. 

Step 3
Glue the dyed Phalaenopsis onto the wire and Echeveria using the cold glue.

Have you tried this wax technique before? Let us know! For more information about the materials we used please contact your salesperson or take a look in our web shop.

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