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Upwards and Outwards

Upwards and Outwards

Upwards and Outwards
Designer: Richard Go Photographer: Craig Peihopa

 

Increase design options with the
vertical placement of an OASIS® brick.

First of all we used the latest OASIS® Noir Ideal Floral Foam Maxlife Brick in this design to form a black tower. As a result this means extra linear height for the flowers inserted into the top of the brick.
Also encouraging the horizontal placement of leaves, twigs and other flowers. While in contrast you can leave some out if you wish to expose the black floral foam as a design feature.

Step 1.  First of all soak OASIS® Noir Ideal Floral Foam Maxlife Brick and place vertically into the ceramic cube container.

Step 2. Another step is to Insert three stems of Philodendron leaves on one side of the brick to form a wall. Similarly place another stem into the top of the foam to make a canopy.

Step 3. Almost finished. Now create a collage of focal flowers using disbud Chrysanthemums, Asiatic Lily and finally a tuft of Hydrangea. Also extend the line by also adding buds of Asiatic Lily, spray Roses and Hypericum berries.

Upwards and Outwards

Step 4.  Also add some height with another Asiatic Lily, Dahlia buds and Hypericum berries stripping stems to strengthen the visual line. Furthermore you can counter balance the visual weight by inserting a twig into the base of the arrangement.
*Finally spray the completed design with FloraLife® Finishing Touch.

Flowers & Foliage

Asiatic Lily

Dahlia buds

Disbud Chrysanthemums

Hydrangeas

Hypericum berries

Philodendron leaves

Roses Twigs

Sundries

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Looking For More Inspiration

We hope you enjoyed Upwards and Outwards,  we also have a page full of design inspiration. Another way to spread Floral Inspiration and know how. Therefore we have included even more floral recipes listing fresh ingredients, also structural elements and decorative accents used. So follow the link to our Inspirations page to find even more floral design ideas. Most noteworthy is that these designs were created by OASIS® Floral Design Directors for your enjoyment, education and Inspiration.

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