How to Wrap Flowers for a Gift
Wrapping flowers for a gift can be done by laying the arrangement diagonally on a few squares of tissue paper or newspaper, folding up the bottom corner and folding in either side. Complete a wrapped bouquet of flowers using colorful ribbon with helpful advice from the owner of a flower shop in this free video on flower arrangements.
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Hi I'm Karen Rodowicz with JK Flowers and I'm here to show you some simple ways to wrap those flowers to make it a little different presentation for a gift. Once you get some of your flowers picked out whether it be from your garden or your local florist, you want to make a little bouquet in your hand and arrange some of those flowers and greenery so it has a nice presentation for when you're giving those flowers to that special someone. Once you have the flowers arranged all nice in a presentation, you want to lay it on some pretty tissue. If you don't have tissue on hand, you can use maybe a comic, newspaper comic because that will add a different character or idea for when you're wrapping flowers. But some kind of paper always works well. Once you lay the flowers down, you want to fold under the bottom so it causes a little pocket. Then you want to wrap up both sides and fold over. Once you wrap it up, you can see the flowers at the top wrapped with some pretty ribbon and you have a nice presentation for your fresh flowers. This is Karen Rodowicz of JK Flowers and I hope it was helpful.