How to Make Silk Flowers Float

Floral arrangements always add a touch of beauty to any occasion, and the more unique the arrangement, the better. Floating flowers draw attention and intrigue spectators. To make a long-lasting floating arrangement, silk flowers can be substituted for fresh flowers. Spice up your arrangement even more by adding matching dye to the water to compliment your floating blooms.

Things You'll Need

  • Glass container
  • Silk flowers
  • Silk greenery
  • Scotchgard spray
  • Decorative rocks (optional)
  • Dye (optional)

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Floating Florals

Remove silk floral blooms and greenery from stems.

Spray each bloom and piece of greenery with Scotchgard spray and allow to dry. This will waterproof your silk flowers and prevent them from sinking.

Fill your glass container to the desired level with water.

Add decorative stones to the bottom of your water-filled glass container.

Gently place the dried silk flowers and greenery on top of the water in the glass dish.

If desired, color your water with dye to compliment the flowers and stones.


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